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Introducing the Juisir – the Juicer you don’t have to wash up!

Introducing the new Juisir - Juicing without the washing up!

Imagine a juicer that you don’t have to dismantle and wash-up every time you use it! Well we’re super excited to announce the arrival of the game-changing Juisir, which uses eight tons of force to cold press your fruit and vegetables. This will give you more healthy juice than any other juicer on the market and requires ZERO cleaning!

The fruit and vegetables are simply chopped up and placed in an environmentally friendly bag, which is then popped into the Juisir machine. The juicing ingredients never directly come into contact with the machine, but are instead pressed in the bag to produce lots of lovely juice in just 90 seconds. Believe me, this gadget is going to change juicing forever!

Check out this video to see it in action

So what are the bags made of?


Juisir offers two types of juicing bags – single use or multiple use, which are made from either biodegradable or recyclable materials. You can simply recycle or reuse the juicing bag – it’s entirely up to you.

The Juice


The Juisir exerts about 8 tonnes of force so that the fruit is squashed to a paper-like thinness and virtually every drop of nutritious juice is captured in the glass. Put about 300g-350g raw products per bag, which will give you an approximate yield of 200-250ml juice.

The Juisir machine from Froothie

The Juisir isn’t available until May, BUT Froothie are taking pre-orders RIGHT NOW, so if you do fancy getting your name down for one you can hop over to the Juisir Page to find out more.

For more Froothie news and recipes, head over to the Froothie Facebook page and follow us on Twitter and Instagram. Or head to our Froothie website to have a look at what’s on offer.

Katie Bryson - UK Food Writer and Blogger

Katie Bryson is a Freelance Food Writer who blogs at Feeding Boys where she shares recipes and tips for families with big appetites and vegetarian tendencies.

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