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Top 5 Tips for Starting a Juice Business

Opening a juice business seems pretty straight forward. You make juice, and you sell it. Easy money. Well, there are some things you need to figure out before everything can be open and operating. After working with hundreds of new juice companies, I have compiled a short list of tips that will keep you from running…

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24 Gallons of Juice in 36 Minutes (video)

People often ask about the validity of the “up to 20 gallons per hour” claim of the Goodnature X1 cold press juicer, so we decided to test it ourselves in our demonstration kitchen. In preparation, we purchased enough cucumbers to make a bit more than 20 gallons of juice (about 240 lbs), and to our…

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Cold Press Juicer – How Much Pressure is Too Much?

This is a guest post by Dale Wettlaufer, the founder of Goodnature, and the inventor of the commercial cold press juicer. Some of the things that nature has taught us about making the best tasting juice: Don’t squeeze too hard Don’t squeeze too fast Although the natural tendency in a busy kitchen is to get…

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The Roadhouse Cafe – Byron Bay, Australia

In this special edition of “Spread the Juice,” I spend some time with my friend Adam Coates, owner of The Roadhouse in Byron Bay, Australia. He shares some wisdom on cold pressed juice, and gives me a tour of the local farm that he has partnered with to bring the people of Byron true and…

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Mixing Produce or Grinding Separately

Should I juice every ingredient separately? This is definitely one of the most frequently asked questions regarding the Goodnature X-1 / EG-260. In general, it is best to combine ingredients prior to grinding. We have found that when there is a nice mix of soft and fibrous fruits and vegetables, one can achieve at least 5%…

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Blade and Bag Recommendations for the X-1 and EG-260

Which bag, blade, and grinder settings should you use? This is a very basic settings guide for the X-1 and EG-260. If you are mixing ingredients, usually the best combination is the 1/4″ blade at a speed of 40 Hz, and the medium weave press bag. We recommend mixing ingredients, since it makes the grinding…

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