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The Optimum 700 (2nd Generation) operates via a masticating (chewing) method to produce a high quality juice. In contrast to the tearing extraction and high speeds of centrifugal juicers, slow juicers function at lower speeds and gently compress fruit and vegetables to ‘press’ out their juice, with the Optimum being the best on the market at only 65 RPM.

The auger action crushes and presses the food, releasing its deep-seated nutrients and enzymes. Richer coloured juice containing large amounts of vitamins and minerals is a result of the phytonutrients being opened during this process. Oxidization and separation is reduced due to the integrity of the cells of the ingredients in this method.

James Colquhoun & Laurentine ten Bosch Filmmakers "FOOD MATTERS" & "HUNGRY FOR CHANGE" state that: "Vertical cold-pressed masticating juicers are the most superior type of juicer! Cold pressed juicers extract 35% more juice out of your fresh produce meaning real savings from the first day you use it!"

Nutritional tests* (between a cold press and centrifugal juicer) revealed that cold press juicers extract up to 42% more vitamin C, up to 60% more vitamin A and yield between 35 - 50% more juice.

* Test results from Michelson Laboratories,Inc., Korean Food Research Institute (KRFI), and internal labs.

A high-quality cold press juicer such as the Optimum 400 (also known as a masticating or slow juicer) will definitely produce a superior quality juice and allow you to extract more from your fruit and vegetables (in comparison to a centrifugal), not just in juice yield (saving money the long term), but also through the preservation of the vital enzymes and nutrients, and the fresh tasty flavours.

PROS of the Optimum 700 (2nd Generation) Slow Juicer:

  • Well-suited to juicing leafy greens, grasses, sprouts and herbs.
  • Higher juice yield.
  • Juice lasts longer with enzyme integrity keeping for up to 72 hours.
  • Lower speeds means less heat is generated, preserving more nutrients and enzymes.
  • Minimal juice separation and foaming.
  • Squeezing action is quiet.

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