Cold Press Juicer FAQs

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A cold-pressed juicer is different from a regular juicer as it does not use the technique of blending. Instead, it extracts juice by crushing and then pressing down the fruits and vegetables. This method involves a very less amount of heat and thus ensures that all the important enzymes and nutrients stay preserved in the fresh cold-pressed juice. Overall, Juice extracted from a cold-pressed juicer tends to give you more nutrition, more yield, brighter colour, and even longer shelf life. 

A regular juice is commonly made in a centrifugal juicer, which uses a fast-spinning metal blade that spins against a mesh filter, separating juice from pulp via centrifugal force into different containers. This process generates immense heat, which destroys most of the enzymes and breaks down the vitamins in the fresh fruit and vegetables used to make the juice. 

On the other hand, a cold-pressed juicer uses a hydraulic press to crush and then slowly press down the fruits and vegetables to extract the juice. This process uses hardly any heat and thus ensures that all the enzymes, vitamins and minerals are retained in the cold-pressed juice. If you’re into making fresh juice every other day, you should opt for cold-pressed juice as it packs most of the nutrients into your body.

Yes, if you own a cold-press juicer at home. We recommend you opt for a high quality one such as the Magnus cold press juicer by Hafele Appliances. Here are some benefits of this juicer:

● Since hardly any heat is used, most of the enzymes and nutrients stay intact after juicing. 

● The juicer has a large inlet that allows whole fruits such as apples and pears to be crushed, without there being a hassle of cutting them.  

● With this appliance - you can also expect a higher yield of juice, with less pulp being extracted! 

● The juicer is easy to use, as it is to be simply operated with a single button. Moreover, it also has a safety lock, which ensures that the appliance runs only when all the parts are connected properly. 

Since cold-pressed juice is extracted at a slower speed, the oxidation process is slower and thus it has a longer shelf life than regular juice. Cold-pressed juice can last anywhere between 3 to 5 days or sometimes more with proper refrigeration! However, it is also important to use good, fresh produce that has not been kept cut far in advance if you want the shelf life of your cold-pressed juice to be longer. 

Since a cold press juicer runs at a lower speed of approximately 35 to 45 rpm (revolutions per minute) than a regular juicer (approx 200 rpm) - it takes a longer amount of time to extract the juice. On average, it can take about 20 to 30 minutes for a cold press juicer to extract the juice. However, the run timing may differ depending on the brand you use. 

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