First off, consider the price of a decent juicer or blender and what it would cost a consumer to begin juicing from home. Unfortunately, the appliance is not cheap, because the motor of a standard household blender can’t take on the power needed
to ground up the rinds and seeds used in whole juicing.
There’s also a big difference between the final costs of organic, local ingredients for a restaurant versus a consumer. Once the consumer is done hitting up the natural market for all of those fruits and vegetables, their final price is well over that $8.
Juicing is a total meal replacement, and when it comes to choosing between spending that $8 on a fast-food meal or healthy juice, consumers are quickly making the health conscious choice. In fact, juice bars are reporting profits of more than 19% year over year.
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