Juicers, Blenders, & Peelers

Juicers, Blenders, & Peelers

Increase your smoothie bar’s efficiency with our wide selection of commercial-grade juicers, blenders, and peelers.

Furniture & Seating

Furniture & Seating

Our indoor and outdoor smoothie bar furniture and seating options create spaces for relaxation and nourishment.

Signage & Display

Signage & Display

Using our display boards to showcase your smoothie shop’s menu eliminates unnecessary touch points, and our signage boosts branding and helps maintain safe distances inside your storefront.

Disposables

Disposables

From straws and cups to poly gloves and napkins, our disposables allow customers to safely sip and savor your smoothies.

Smoothie Ingredients

Smoothie Ingredients

Whether your patrons are looking for an immune-boosting or indulgent beverage, our smoothie ingredients satisfy a variety of cravings.

Uniforms & Accessories

Uniforms & Accessories

Your employees are the greatest representation of your brand, so we supply uniforms and accessories which outfit your team to reflect your smoothie bar’s image.

Serving smoothies has never been smoother. Our comprehensive smoothie shop supplies allow you to preserve, prepare, and perform excellent smoothie and juice bar services. We supply smoothie shops’ essential disposable items in both whimsical colors and designs and classic shades and shapes. Our uniforms and accessories unify your team, and our smoothie signage and display boards create a cohesive aesthetic. If you’re interested in expanding your smoothie shop’s menu to include baked goods and deli items, use our dry and refrigerated bakery cases, refrigerated deli cases, and food display and market trays to increase your capabilities and profits.
Types of Commercial Juicers

Types of Commercial Juicers

From celebrity endorsements to cleanses, juicing has made its mark as a healthy and creative way to consume fresh produce. This trendy practice has recently grown into a $2 billion industry. This means your customers are hungry and willing to pay for the nutrient-rich, vibrant taste of freshly pressed juice. Follow these tips to get the most out of your commercial juicer and discover the benefits to serving and cooking with fresh juice. Shop All Commercial Juicers What’s the Difference Between Blending and Juicing?Blending refers to the act of breaking down an entire fruit or vegetable, including its pulp and skin. Doing this creates a thicker liquid typically used in smoothies. Blending is also known for producing a more fiber rich product than juicing, which can keep customers fuller for longer periods of time. Incorporating the skin into your customer’s smoothie or blended drink can also add more nutrients than drinks without it.Juicing refers to the separation of juice from the pulp of fruit, herbs, and vegetables. This creates a nutrient-dense liquid typically free of pulp and fiber. Juicing can be beneficial for customers with stomach sensitivities to certain fruits’ fiber content. Plus, juicing creates a more compact product, which means customers can consume more servings of fruits and vegetables in their drink before becoming full.Types of JuicersThere are several types of juicers designed for use in your commercial kitchen. They vary by price point, volume of juice, and the type of produce they work best with. Citrus juicers are designed to extract juice from citrus fruits including oranges, grapefruit, lemons, and limes. This makes them ideal for use in breakfast buffets, bars, and diners looking to serve freshly squeezed orange juice or for those trying to incorporate fresh, tangy flavors into their cocktail menu.Easy-to-use design separates fruit from the pulpProduces a high volume of juiceCannot be used with tougher fruits or vegetables, such as cucumbers or applesCentrifugal juicers use a rapidly spinning blade to chop up fruits and vegetables into small pieces. Those pieces then pass through a strainer, squeezing out the juice while leaving the pulp behind.An affordable option for startups or small juice standsUtilizes a feed tube, which requires little effort to useFast speed produces juice quicklyEasier to clean than other types of juicersThe heat and friction produced by the blade can oxidize juice, which reduces the amount of nutrients and produces a foamNoise level is comparable to a blenderCannot be used to juice wheatgrassMasticating juicers, also known as cold press juicers, first crush and then press fruit and vegetables. This makes them ideal for use with almost any fruit, vegetable, or herb, including wheatgrass.Yields the highest level of juice content with very dry pulpProduces little to no heat, which reduces oxidationCreates little to no foam or frothTakes longer to produce juice than centrifugal juicersMore expensive than other juicersTips for Juicing After selecting the right juicer for your needs, it’s important to follow these tips to produce delicious and profitable juices.Preparing Produce for JuicingDelicious juice begins with delicious produce. Because you’re using the whole fruit or vegetable in your juicer, it’s important to use as much organic produce as you can. Being choosy with your produce means your customers won’t be consuming pesticides or chemicals that may have been sprayed on the outside of fruits and vegetables. An easy way to ensure your fruits are pesticide free is to take advantage of local, in-season produce.Thoroughly wash all fruits, vegetables, and herbs to remove dirt and chemicals.Chop up large or dense produce into more manageable pieces for your juicer.Oxidation begins immediately, so wait to cut vegetables and fruits until the very last minute to preserve their nutrients.Use a lower speed with softer fruits and a higher speed for juicing harder fruits and vegetables.What Foods Are and Aren’t Good for Juicing?When juicing, stay away from any produce that needs to be cooked before eaten. This includes potatoes (sweet potatoes are the exception), peas, squash, and corn. Similarly, be sure to remove any pits, peels, and tough outer skins from fruits including peaches, plums, mangos, pineapples, cantaloupes, and melons. It’s best to avoid avocados and bananas altogether since their textures tend to clog juicers’ filters.Think outside of the produce stand when it comes to juicing. Customers are willing to pay premium prices for fresh additions to smoothies, such as house-made almond or pistachio milk. Other unusual foods to juice include wheatgrass, sweet potato, dandelion greens, gingerroot, and seeds.While you may not want to drink it straight, creating juice from herbs is a simple and creative way to add flavor to any savory or sweet dish. From parsley to fennel, the potent juice created from herbs is great for sauces, house-made dressings, flavored creme fraiche, and butter. Using Your JuicerBe sure to follow all instructions when setting up, operating, and cleaning your juicer. Only use it for the food it was intended for, and clean it thoroughly to reduce pulp build-up. Follow these additional tips to effectively juice fruits and vegetables.Before inserting food into your juicer, place a pitcher or bowl below the spout to catch liquid.Juice potent ingredients such as garlic, onion, and herbs last because they can leave flavor behind in your juicer.Line your juicer’s pulp basket with a plastic bag to catch pulp and make for an easier clean-up.When to Serve JuiceBecause your freshly made juice contains no preservatives, it is best served right away. Plus, juicing fresh produce in front of customers at your juice bar or kiosk creates a memorable experience while ensuring customers that they’re consuming only fresh ingredients.Oxidation occurs as soon as your freshly cut or juiced produce comes in contact with the air. This can not only turn your juice a different, undesirable color, but it can sour and alter the taste as well. If you’re not able to serve the juice right away, store it in an airtight container and refrigerate it up to 24 hours. If possible, vacuum seal the juice when storing to minimize the amount of oxygen it comes into contact with. Some juices may also be frozen, but may lose their nutrient value over time.Juicing is a trendy and creative way to offer customers your fresh fruits and vegetables. Pack lots of nutrient-dense foods into one glass to give customers a boost of antioxidants and vitamins. Get creative with savory recipes in your scratch kitchen, or set up a juice stand on your local college campus. People of all ages are partaking in this trend, proving it’s here to stay and worth investing in.

Develop, Expand, and Maintain Your Smoothie Shop with Our Tools and Smoothie Supplies

From making and serving your smoothies and juices to outfitting your smoothie and juice bar’s storefront, we offer the items you need to operate your business. By shopping for smoothie and juice bar essentials in bulk, you eliminate excessive supply orders and maintain operational continuity. Because our smoothie bar supply offerings are comprehensive, you can save time by ordering everything you need at once.

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The top priority of any foodservice industry professional is food safety, and our refrigerators, freezers, and coolers equip you to serve safe-to-consume juices and smoothies. Quality flavors are achieved through quality equipment, and our top-of-the-line juicers, blenders, and peelers allow your employees to efficiently deliver consistently delicious smoothies and juices. Whether you require juice bar ingredients that boost wellness or smoothie mix-ins and toppings that satiate a sweet tooth, we carry the most sought after smoothie and juice bar ingredients in bulk quantities and low prices.

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