The NutriBullet Slow Juicer Is Here—Just in Time for Fresh Produce Season
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Slow juicing doesn't miss a beet.
Our Test Kitchen already loves the NutriBullet line of blenders, naming the Pro 900 the best blender for pureeing soups and the portable GO as having the best battery life. So we’re extremely excited that NutriBullet just launched a new juicer—right in time for all of the fresh fruits and veggies to hit the grocery stores and farmers markets. At-home juicing, here we come!
What is the NutriBullet Slow Juicer?
You probably already know that a juicer works better than a traditional blender for making fresh juice. The NutriBullet Slow Juicer’s secret weapon is the steel-tipped auger that extracts every drop of nutrition and flavor from your favorite fruits and veggies. Unlike a blender that simply blends fruit into a thick and usually undrinkable puree of pulp, the NutriBullet Slow Juicer reduces fruits and vegetables to juice and pulp, then separates them into their own containers. Drink the juice, compost or toss the pulp.
What you probably don’t know is that a slow juicer works better than a traditional juicer for at-home juicing. Unlike a typical noisy juicer, the NutriBullet’s Slow Juicer’s motor spins at a low (and quiet) 65 RPM. The slow crushing action is still powerful, providing a higher yield of juice than a high-speed juicer and with way less noise. You can whip up a glass of watermelon and mint juice before a morning workout without waking up the rest of the house.
- Features a powerful 150-watt motor base that takes on tough ingredients like pineapple and kale.
- Slow juicing process is quiet.
- No waste means you’ll use less produce for more juice.
- Easy to assemble and clean—dishwasher safe parts.
- Use it to make fresh juice, almond milk and fresh pesto!
Where can you buy a NutriBullet Slow Juicer?
The NutriBullet Slow Juicer retails for $199.99. It’s not the cheapest appliance, but when you consider high quality fresh juice can cost up to $10 for a bottle, this juicer pays for itself pretty darn quick. It’s available for purchase at NutriBullet.com, and will be available at Amazon, Target, Kohl’s, Best Buy and Macy’s. Get yours while the greens are fresh!