Juicing is the process of extracting juice from fresh fruits or vegetables to get the most vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients. Offering numerous health benefits, and with consumers becoming more and more conscious about their wellness, juicing has inevitably gained popularity over the years.

One of the main tools you will need for juicing is a juicer, also known as a juice extractor. It quickly and efficiently extracts the juice from fruits and veggies by grinding, crushing, or squeezing them. Whether you need it for your home set-up or juice bar, we got you covered.

Types of Juicers

  • Squeezers and Reamers. These handheld juicers are perfect for limes, oranges, lemons, and other citrus fruits. Squeezers express the juice out of the fruit by crushing the pulp while reamers shred the fruit’s tissues for maximum extraction. Generally, a squeezer comes with a built-in strainer to separate the juice from the pulp and seeds, while some reamers include a measuring cup to catch and measure the produced extract. This juicer is compact and easy to use, making it ideal for simple juicing at home. However, operating it can be challenging for kids and adults with arthritic hands.
  • Manual Citrus Juicer. This juicer works by utilizing the reamer technology and runs in manual power. It comes in two types—professional and home-use-- and various designs to meet different juicing needs. Compared with squeezers, this type of juicer yields more juice.
  • Electric Juicer. Specially designed for commercial use, electric juicers operate by electricity to allow more efficient and speedy juice extraction. It makes more juice than other juicer types and comes with different juicing technologies. Centrifugal force juicer, also known as a fast juicer, uses a blade and a spinning basket (powered by centrifugal force) to grind up the produce and extract its juices. It works best for juicing carrots, apples, and other hard fruits and vegetables. Masticating juicers or slow juicers employ slow augers with sharp metal teeth for crushing fruits and vegetables, ensuring the optimum amount of juice. If you prefer leafy greens such as wheatgrass, kale, or spinach, this is the right juicer for you.

Things to Consider Before Buying Juice Bar Supplies

  • Type of Juice. To choose the best juicer for you, you should first decide what kind of juice you’d like to make. Different types of juicers work best with specific varieties of fruits or vegetables, offering optimal performance and higher yields.
  • Size and Capacity. Juicers come in many sizes to meet different juicing applications and fit various storage preferences.
  • Speed and Noise. Electrical juicers tend to be faster but noisy during operation. Make sure to pick a juicer that will suit your juicing needs without compromising your lifestyle. 
  • Ease of Use and Maintenance. If you plan to use your juicer more frequently, be sure to buy one that is easy to set up and clean up.

Advanced MIxology carries a wide selection of juice bar supplies to provide the best tools for your homes, bars, pubs, and restaurants. Shop now!