Juices are all the rage these days. But without the right tool, making your own fresh vegetable or fruit juice can be messy and labor intensive—no wonder they’re so costly at the local cafe! Try one of these expert recommendations from 1 Pound a Day: The Martha’s Vineyard Diet Detox and Plan for a Lifetime of Healthy Eating.
There are so many juicers available that sorting through them all can be a confusing chore. We have put together a list of the highest-rated and most recommended juicers.
-Breville Juice Fountain Elite 800JEXL is the top of the line. Breville makes a variety of state-of-the-art juicers at a range of price points.They have a big chute and eject pulp.
-Omega 1000, 4000, and 9000 are powerful juicers that keep shredded veggies in the basket for more juice. Drawback: a small chute.
-Omega Mega Mouth 330 Juicer has a pulp ejector and a big feeder.
-Omega 02 Juicer has a pulp ejector.
Acme 5001 and 6001 are comparable to the Omega juicers. This company has been making durable juicers for decades.
-Hamilton Beach offers a selection of low-priced juice extractors in the HealthSmart and Big Mouth lines. The Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Pro 67650 has great reviews.
-Jack LaLanne PowerJuicers are sold in several models. They have the benefit of a big chute. The shredded vegetables are ejected into a basket, making for easy cleanup. The juicers are well-priced.
-Juiceman products are available in several models. They do not eject the pulp. These juicers are relatively inexpensive.
-Masticating or Cold Press Juicers
-Omega HD VRT350 Juicer (vertical)
-Omega 8004/8006 (horizontal)
-Hurom HU-100 (upright)
-Samson 6 in 1 Wheatgrass Juicer
-Tribest Solo Star II Multipurpose Juicer
-Lexen Electric Healthy Juicer
-Green Power KPE-1304
-Green Power Gold GP-E1503
-Green Star Tribest GS-3000
-Green Star Elite GSE-5000
-Super Angel 5500