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How Cold Press and Centrifugal Juicers Work
Cold Press Juicers
Key Differences Between Cold Press vs Centrifugal Juicer
Juice Yield + Nutrient Retention
Up to 60% greater juice yields retaining vitamins and heat-sensitive enzymes.
Lower juice efficiency + nutrient degradation from heat and air contact.
Prep Time + Produce Handling
Large shoots allow mostly whole or halved produce insertion.
Requires chopping many fruits/veggies small to feed chute.
Pulp Ejection Method + Quantity
Automatically ejects drier pulp neatly into separate container
Propels very wet pulp out chute splattering messily
Much quieter slow crushing of fruits and vegetables
Extremely loud operation from high RPM blade spins
Beginners vs Advanced Juicers
Ideal for hardcore juicing fans valuing juice quality over speed
Better suits novice users with fast, simple function
Fewer components with generally larger holes to clean
More parts needing meticulous rinsing of tiny meshes
Starts around $250; sophisticated models exceed $500+
Basic models under $100; fancy models up to $400 range
FAQS-Frequently Asked Questions
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