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Juice Pulp Recipe: Vegan Basil Pesto

This our second recipe we’re posting that makes use of left over pulp. In the first recipe, we used left over carrot juice pulp to make delicious carrot cake cupcakes. In this recipe, we used the leftover pulp from cold-pressed almond mylk, but you could use pulp from cashew mylk and it would also be…

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7 Tips to Navigating the Health Department

When first getting into the business of food and beverage, it can be somewhat intimidating when you think about dealing with the health department. The good news is that the health department is usually pretty helpful and will either answer your questions or point you in the right direction to utilize resources that will help you find…

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Juice Pulp Recipe: Carrot Cake Cupcakes

A lot of our juice business clients ask us how they can put all of their leftover dry juice pulp / pomace to use in some way other than composting. Some of our clients have gotten creative by making dehydrated snacks, including the notable Forager Organic Vegetable Chips. We will be discussing additional creative ways…

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The Truth About HPP Juice

If you have purchased a major brand of cold-pressed juice lately, chances are it has undergone the process of HPP (High Pressure Processing). Since there is some confusion about the technology I want to describe the process of HPP,  dispel a few myths, and finally discuss why HPP is important and how it has helped…

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Cold-Pressed vs Centrifugal Juice – A Visual Comparison

Lots of people debate whether or not there really are differences between juice made using a press and juice made in a centrifugal juicer. Last year, we had the two types of juice analyzed by a certified food lab and published the results. The results showed that the nutrients in centrifugal juice break down much faster…

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Goodnature Now Offers Nutritional Analysis and Labeling for Cold-Pressed Juice

A constant struggle for small juice businesses is having their recipes analyzed so they can properly label their juice with nutritional content. The FDA and other government entities require that all packaged foods contain nutritional labeling. Goodnature now offers full nutritional analysis and label creation as a service. With our easy to use web form,…

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4 Steps to Creating a Juice Bar in a Grocery Store

4 Steps to Creating a Juice Bar in a Grocery Store The “Fresh Format” grocery store is becoming the standard. Having food and beverage options made in-store attracts new customers and helps retain your current customers. In-store freshly-squeezed juice, infused water, and smoothies were up 22% over 2015 and 105% over the past three years. Source:…

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How to Make Cold-Pressed Orange Juice or Pomegranate Juice

Follow these 6 steps to make cold-pressed orange juice or pomegranate juice using the Goodnature X-1: Wash fruit in cold water with your produce wash of choice, let air dry. Cut each piece of fruit in half. Do not grind. Prepare your press by opening it just enough that 1-2 pieces of fruit will fit…

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Goodnature 40-Year Anniversary Video

My father started Goodnature in 1976 building cider presses in his barn. He never thought it would grow into the world’s largest manufacturer of commercial cold-press juice equipment. The three children: Eric, Paige, and myself are so proud to be a part of this business, and watching this video makes me realize how proud my…

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Understanding Shelf Life of Cold-Pressed Juice

When speaking to clients, we get a lot of questions about shelf life. We try not to give a definite answer because the truth is it depends on a lot of factors and it’s very complicated.  In this post I will attempt to explain the basics of what affects shelf life in raw cold-pressed juice. [Disclaimer:…

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