Champion juicers are commercial grade juicers. They have been around for over 2 decades and their clients still rave about their juicer. The Champion G5-PG-710 has a 1/3 horsepower heavy duty GE motor. It has a large tube that allows feeding of vegetables without cutting them. I would cut any apples, though to remove the seeds. Apple seeds are what cyanide is made out of. It features a floating cutter which helps to separate the pulp from the juice. Don’t ask me how, I just know that it does that. This way you don’t have a bunch of pulp mixed in with your juice. It is also very easy to disassemble and clean. Just rinse the parts, let them air dry and put the parts back together. Champion juicers also come with a 10-year parts warranty.
Champion Juicers Come In Different Colors
It also has stainless steel blades which will never rust. It comes in black, silver, white and almond. I have had the white model and I can tell you that it turned orange after my first carrot juice. So I would opt for the black Champion juicers. It did a fantastic job, though. I had a store-bought cheaper juicer and it didn’t get the yield of this and didn’t last long. My husband bought me the Champion juicers and it was unbelievable the difference. I was able to get a lot more juice out of it.
Make More Than Juice With Champion Juicers
The Champion juicers also make frozen fruit sorbets, baby foods, ice creams, nut butters, and more. A great recipe is to take a bag of frozen strawberries, add a little sugar, and run them through the juicer. It makes a really nice strawberry sherbet. With all the recipes you can find online, you’ll be using your juicer all the time. You can’t go wrong with Champion juicers.