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Plastic vs Glass Bottles

Which type of bottles should I use? Choosing either plastic or glass bottles for your new juice business is an important decision that might have more factors than you have considered. I will explore some of the pros and cons of each: Plastic Juice Bottles Pros: Cheap – Landed cost usually less than $0.60 per…

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What is HPP and Do I Need It?

What is HPP? HPP stands for High Pressure Processing. I have heard other terms thrown around like High Pressure Pasteurization, and High Pressure Pascalization. In reality, Pascalization is the process of HPP, so the term High Pressure Pascalization is a bit redundant. Regardless of the specific words used, HPP is the process of putting tons of…

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Juice Recipe – Big Red

Updated Aug 8, 2014: Reduced the beet quantity by 3 lbs and updated the yield. I also changed the recommended blade and bag. Description: Nutritional red juice with a ginger kick. Yields about 16-20 bottles of 16oz (500ml) bottles of juice. This juice is rather “strong,” and can be toned down by increasing the amount…

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Sourcing Organic Produce (using CSA’s)

As a small business, it’s important to introduce a high quality product and keep food costs down. Sourcing all that organic produce for cold pressed juice can be challenging, so here’s a tip to help you out: Community Supported Agriculture (or CSA’s) are a fantastic way to help your local farms/community, and supply your business with…

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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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Juice Recipe – Mountain Doo

Description: A fruity green juice. Yield: 13-18 16 oz (500 ml) bottles of juice. Yield varies depending on produce. This is a recipe we like to use when we give demonstrations on the Goodnature X1. It uses a nice range of fruit and vegetables, showing the capabilities of the machine, and it tastes good. Some…

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