Need some carrots for your juicing?
Our juicing carrots are just as tasty and fresh as our premium carrots. These very affordable carrots are broken down for easy storage and juicing; ensuring a fuss-free and enjoyable juicing experience.
This pantry staple is rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, and can be used in a myriad of ways – add them to juices, sauces and more!
The orange carrot is the most common variety today. The root vegetable can also be found in purple, white, red, and yellow varieties. It has a crunchy texture and a sweet, fresh flavour.
Barry’s tips: Carrots can be used in a myriad of ways. From salads to roasts to juices, you can add these orange veggies to almost anything!
This crunchy, fresh green vegetable boasts a high alkalinity and water content, and is mineral-rich and full of healthy fiber. Great for juices, salads and soups.
One orange supplies a healthy dose of Vitamin C, which plays an important role in cancer prevention, healthy blood circulation and wound healing. They are also a good source of the crucial B-vitamin folate, which is essential in preventing birth defects and fighting heart disease.
Besides, this yummy fruit provides more than seven percent of the Daily Value for potassium, which is needed for proper fluid balance.
Avocados are more than just a delicious treat – they contain almost 20 vitamins and minerals per serving. Avocados also contain lots of fiber and healthy fats that are necessary for your body to function optimally.
Bursting with C vitamins, this sunny fruit is part of the citrus family.
Great on its own or as juice!
Gala apples contain good quantities of fiber, vitamin C and beta-carotene, which help to protect the body from any harmful radicals. Regular consumption of apples can help to improve heart health, enhance immunity and reduce risk of cancers and diabetes.
They taste delicious on their own and are usually eaten raw. However, they also taste great in pies, tarts as well as juices!
Barry’s tip: You can prevent browning of apples by putting the sliced apples into a bowl of cold water with a spoonful of lemon juice.
Originating from Australia, packham pears have a juicy white flesh and rich flavour. They are great eaten solo or baked.
The ripeness of Packham pears can be determined by their colours; from green to light yellow. Choose light yellow ones when buying packham pears so that you can enjoy them at their best!
Baby spinach is a versatile salad green with a bold, peppery flavour. It’s filled with nutritious minerals and vitamins. The tender baby leaves have a bolder taste than larger mature spinach leaves.
Great in salads as well as almost any cooked dish, baby spinach can be sautéed, eaten raw, simmered, and much more!
Bananas are made up of simple sugars such as fructose and sucrose, which give energy and help to rejuvenate the body. This fruit holds a very good amount of dietary fibre, which promotes good bowel movement and reduces constipation problems. Banana is also highly rich in potassium, which helps to control blood pressure and promote healthy heart function.
Broccoli packs a nutritious punch with high levels of vitamin C and dietary fiber. Because of its many other nutrients and cancer-fighting benefits, broccoli is a powerful little vegetable and a great addition to your diet.
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Barry’s tip: You can prepare broccoli in several ways. Blanch it, steam it, stir-fry it or even have it raw! Chilled broccoli can make for a great afternoon snack.