Juicing machines today are less complicated, easier to clean and work faster than they did five years ago, according to several leading juice manufacturers. And juicers today produce higher yields, according to an executive of a juice machine company based in the Northeast. While the changes may not be revolutionary, the machines have been fine-tuned over the years, several manufacturers told SN. "The industry has been working hard to improve its designs," said the executive with the ...

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