The Difference between Cold Pressed Juice and Centrifugal Juices
As the owner and co-founder of Nectar Cold Pressed, I often get asked about the difference between cold pressed juice and centrifugal juices. While both types of juices are healthy and delicious, there are some significant differences that make cold pressed juice stand out.
First, let’s start with centrifugal juices.
These juices are made using a high-speed spinning blade that extracts the juice from the fruits and vegetables.
The juice is then separated from the pulp and consumed.
One of the main advantages of centrifugal juicing is that it’s fast and efficient.
You can make a lot of juice quickly, and the machine is relatively affordable.
However, there are some downsides to centrifugal juicing.
The high-speed spinning blade generates heat, which can damage the nutrients and enzymes in the juice.
This means that the juice may not be as nutrient-dense as cold pressed juice.
Additionally, the high-speed spinning can also introduce more air into the juice, causing it to oxidize and spoil more quickly.
Now, let’s talk about cold pressed juice.
At Nectar Cold Pressed, we make our juices using a hydraulic press that gently extracts the juice from the fruits and vegetables.
This method is much slower than centrifugal juicing, but it results in a higher quality juice.
The gentle pressing action of the hydraulic press doesn’t generate heat, which means that the nutrients and enzymes in the juice remain intact.
Additionally, because there’s no spinning blade, there’s no air introduced into the juice, which means it stays fresher for longer.
Another advantage of cold pressed juice is that it typically contains more nutrients and enzymes than centrifugal juice.
This is because the gentle pressing action of the hydraulic press doesn’t damage the delicate nutrients and enzymes found in fruits and vegetables.
This means that you get more of the good stuff in each sip of cold pressed juice.
In summary, both centrifugal and cold pressed juices are healthy and delicious, but there are some key differences between the two.
While centrifugal juicing is fast and efficient, it may not be as nutrient-dense as cold pressed juice.
Cold pressed juice is slower and more expensive, but it typically contains more nutrients and enzymes, and stays fresher for longer.
At Nectar Cold Pressed, we believe that the extra time and effort is worth it for the highest quality and most nutrient-dense juice possible.
If you're interested in incorporating Nectar Cold Pressed Juice into your diet or offering it at your cafe, restaurant, hotel, airline, franchise, specialty store, or supermarket, please visit our website at www.nectarcoldpressed.com.au to discuss supply options.
Or, if you're interested in contract manufacturing for your own brand or company, please visit our sister company Synergy Food Group at www.synergyfoodgroup.com.au. Together, let's make healthy living more accessible and enjoyable for everyone.