1. How much juice it yields
2. Pulp dryness (indicating minimal food waste)
3. Ease of cleaning
4. Whether the feed tube fits whole produce
5. Noise and vibrations
6. Motor power
7. Price and value
There are several different types of juicers that handle different functions. Centrifugal juicers are the most common and range from $50 to $200. Masticating juicers are quieter, heavier, and more expensive, typically running up to $350. Some of the most expensive juice extractors take wheatgrass and may or may not process fruits and vegetables; these juicers can cost up to $800.
There are high-quality models of any juicer variety. You simply need to know how you plan to use your juicer before you make a purchase decision. See the juicer comparison and ratings below with a link to the full review of each.
A juicer contributes more towards the health of your family by helping you prepare fresh fruit and vegetable juices. Extracting juices from fruits, an otherwise tedious and time-consuming job, is made easy, quick and safe with the help of a juicer.
Great Juicers for you to choose!