2023 Author: Cody Thornton | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-24 11:20
First of all: Juicero, immediately renamed the Nespresso of fruit juices, it really exists. Although calling it the iPod of the centrifuges would be more appropriate, since among the designers there also seems to be Jony Ive, a genius from Apple.
Secondly: yes, you read that right, the hypnotic machine that capitalizes on the trend of fruit extractors, rivals without blades but hyper expensive of the simpler centrifuges, costs 700 dollars.
But how does it work, and why should anyone who loves starting the day or interspersing it with a smoothie, a smoothie, a healthy juicer read what they say about the trumpeted news overseas, even in a long article in the New York Times?
First-class design, Juicero, the same name as the startup that created it, also financed by Google, is a cold centrifuge that does not generate heat and therefore keeps the organoleptic qualities of fruit and vegetables intact.
It was born with its good reason, that is, to entice people to eat healthily, even those who have little time available.
Get ready for different pressings from the usual ones: fruit and vegetables, from organic farms, washed three times and then cut into small pieces, are contained in some bags to be inserted in the machine.
Do you want to add the pleasure of a juice that is ready in a few moments and without having dirtied anything? No preparation, no fuss, no need to clean up.
Not to mention the built-in wifi that communicates the deadlines and nutritional values of what you are drinking by reading the barcode printed on the bags.
And while nutritionists scramble about the nutritional values of juice extracted from pre-cut veggies, or whether bottled veggies are better (but it seems so from early reviews and enthusiastic support from stars like Gnyneth Paltrow), you want to know if Does the price, which includes the manufacturer's inevitable app with recipes and combinations, also include bags with chopped fruit?
No, dear ones, wrong. The cost of each bag varies from 4 to 10 dollars.