Dutch Companies Foodlife and Cool Wave Processing have joined forces to develop a new cold press technology.
The Cold Press No. 1 fully complies with the latest European legislation for hygiene (EHEDG) and safety (CE). With cold pressing technology, both the nutrients and flavour of fresh fruit and vegetables will remain best preserved in the final juice. The Cold Press No.1 squeezes fruit more gently than other juicing methods. Fruit and vegetable juice is extracted without crushing the cells too much or creating undesirable heat, meaning that the machine works with nature rather than working against it.
The equipment is capable of pressing up to 100 litres of juice every hour, is hydraulic manuel operated, constructed from stainless steel materials and designed according to EHEDG and CE guidelines. With optional separate grinder and pump and filler available, the machine comes with three filter bags and one bucket included.
And the shelf life of cold pressed juices can be extended from a few days to a few weeks without the need for heating or high pressure processing, by utilising the PurePulse PEF technology.
All of the new machinery taps into the emerging trend for healthy, natural and delicious cold-pressed juices, Zwolle-based Foodlife said.
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