The Best Cold Press Juicer


We consider many factors when evaluating juicers, including how loud they are and whether their bodies and parts are sturdy. We also look at how easy they are to assemble and disassemble, how big the chute is for whole fruits and vegetables, how well they fit into cabinets, how much juice they make per minute, if their blades can be removed for cleaning, and more.

The best cold press juicer produces brightly flavored and smoothly textured juices with very little foam and minimal bone-dry pulp. It is a large, expensive machine that is built to last and comes with a cookbook-quality recipe booklet. It is a bit fiddly to assemble, with some pieces that are difficult to click into place, but it is easier to clean than centrifugal juicers.

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This versatile juicer can be used to make sorbet, sauces, and nut butter as well as fruit and vegetable juice. Its extra-wide chute and flip gate work well to let produce in and keep fingers out, though we wish its base was lighter and didn’t occupy so much counter space. It is also taller than other models, so it won’t fit beneath standard kitchen cabinets, forcing you to display it on a shelf or store it in parts.

This juicer is a more conventional design than our top pick, but it’s a solid choice for those on a budget. It is fairly quiet, a bit less expensive than our top pick, and it makes a lot of juice in a short amount of time. It’s also relatively easy to clean, with fewer and smaller parts than other models.…