So Many choices exist when it comes to choosing a juicer. And the terminology makes it even more confusing: manual, hand crank, hand operated, centrifugal, masticating, single gear, single auger, twin gear, dual gear, triturating, low speed, high speed, high RPMs, low RPMs, are you juicing wheatgrass or leafy greens, fruits or vegetables, citrus only, do you want a little pulp, a lot of pulp, is yield important, what color do I want, and More! We have listed the highlights below of each type of juicer. Click on a type of juicer to learn even more.

Centrifugal Juicers

Centrifugal Juicers are the most popular and the most affordable type of juicer. Centrifugal juicers work by feeding the fruit and vegetables through a chute onto a spinning basket with blade that grates and chops the fruit / vegetable when it comes into contact with the baskets grating base. Centrifugal juicers are great at juicing most any fruit or vegetable, but centrifugal juicers are not capable of efficiently extracting juice from wheatgrass, leafy greens, or herbs.

Masticating (Single Gear) Juicers

Single Gear (Masticating) Juicers use a single gear or auger that literally chews fruit and vegetable fibers and breaks up the plant cells, resulting in more fiber, enzymes, vitamins and trace minerals. Masticating juicers are generally more efficient than Centrifugal juicers because they can extract more juice from the same amount of food (i.e. the pulp comes out dryer). Masticating juicers are very capable at juicing most fruits and vegetables, and they will also extract juice from wheatgrass, spinach, and other leafy greens and herbs.

Triturating (Twin Gear) Juicers

Twin-Gear (Triturating) Juicers are the most expensive type of juicers, but they offer the most benefits. These juicers turn at even slower speeds (RPMs), resulting in even less oxidation from foam and less destruction of nutrients from heat. Triturating juicers are the most efficient type of juicer available and can extract larger volumes of juice from fruits, vegetables, wheatgrass, pine needles, spinach, and other greens and herbs.

Wheatgrass Juicers

Wheatgrass juicers are made strictly for extracting juice from wheatgrass and other leafy greens. They can also be used for some soft fruits, such as grapes, but are not intended for extracting juice from most fruits and vegetables. There are many popular brands that produce premium quality wheatgrass juicers. Wheat grass is living food, full of vitamins and enzymes, the freshest food you will have all day, especially in the Winter.

Citrus Juicers

Citrus Juicers are the simplest type of juicer. While some models of citrus juicers are manual or hand juicers, most are electric and they are used only for juicing citrus fruits such as oranges, lemons, limes, grapefruit and the like. We have a wide selection of both manual and electric.

Manual (Hand Operated) Juicers

Manual juicers are very handy to have in the kitchen, with some being compact and smart enough to travel. They don't require electricity and are relatively inexpensive. They can juice a surprisingly large variety of fruits and vegetables. Best of all, they are usually easier to clean than their electric counterparts. Many people use manual juicers to add their shot of wheatgrass into a nutritious drink.

Stainless Steel Juicers

Stainless Steel Juicers for those who only want stainless steel between you and your juice! Choose Stainless Steel Juicers for their hygenic advantages over plastic juicers. They are also easy to clean, stain resistant and extremely durable. Not only that, but they are generally beautiful to look at!

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