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Big Red Beet Juice Recipe

When you ask someone to list their favorite veggies to juice, it is safe to say you will rarely hear beets included in their answer. If you’re an avid beet lover, fantastic! But even if you are a bit hesitant about eating, let alone juicing this earthy vegetable, this Big Red Beet Juice recipe is…

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X-1 Mini Update Videos – Hourly Juice Production and First Look

My brother, Eric, (CEO) was able to make 64 bottles of apple juice (12 ounce bottles) in an hour on a recent prototype of the X-1 Mini last month. We filmed it and decided to post it as a time lapse, as it shows that this machine can really support a small juice business. The…

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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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Juice Recipe – Gracious Green Machine

Tired of drinking the same old green juice? I was too! That’s why I created the ‘Gracious Green Machine’  gathering a gushing healthy, yet gratifying green juice that not only taste good, but is good for you. Description: Of all vegetables sweet potatoes are one of the greatest sources of beta-carotene, even higher than carrots.…

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Spread the Juice – Tokyo, Japan

First article in a series titled “Spread the Juice,” where I visit my favorite customers in growing cold pressed juice markets and tell their story. Overview: The first time I went to Tokyo, it was for a short 3 day trip en-route to China. I didn’t do much exploring, and the juice market hadn’t gained…

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Cold Pressed Juice in Hawaii

Guest post – submitted by Kristal Muhich, owner of Kauai Juice Co The challenge of sourcing local produce I started a kombucha company 4 years ago thinking I was going to have access to all these great local tropical fruits here on Kauai, but as it turns out, our local food sources are very confined and…

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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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