• When juicing a variety of ingredients with varying textures, start with the softer textured ingredients then change the speed for harder textures ones.
  • If juicing herbs, sprouts or leafy green vegetables, either wrap them together to form a bundle or juice them in the middle of a combination of ingredients to obtain the best extraction.
  • Always wash fruit and vegetables before juicing.
  • All fruits with pits, hard seeds or stones such as nectarines, peaches, mangoes, apricots, plums and cherries, must be pitted before juicing.
  • Fruits and VegetablesBest Season to BuyStorageNutritional ValueCalorie Count
    ApplesAutumn/WinterVented produce bags in the refrigerator.High in Dietary Fiber and Vitamin C.166g Apple = 80cals.
    ApricotsSummerUnwrapped in the crisper of the refrigerator.High in Dietary Fiber and contains Potassium.55g Apricot = 19cals.
    BananasAutumn/SpringRoom Temperature.Vitamins B6, C, Potassium and Dietary Fiber.100g Banana = 90cals.
    BeetsWinterCut off tops, then refrigerate unwrapped.Good source of Folate, Dietary Fiber, Vitamin C and Potassium.100g Beets = 79cals.
    BlueberriesSummerCover in the refrigerator.Vitamin C.100g Blueberries = 52cals
    BroccoliAutumn/WinterProduce bag in the refrigerator.Vitamin C, Folate, B2, B5, E, B6 and Dietary Fiber.100g Broccoli = 31cals.
    Brussels SproutsAutumn/WinterUnwrapped in the crisper of the refrigerator.Vitamin C, B2, B6, E Folate and Dietary Fiber.100g Brussels Sprouts = 37cals.
    CabbageWinterWrapped and trimmed in the refrigerator.Vitamin C, Folate, Potassium, B6 and Dietary Fiber.100g Cabbage = 22cals.
    CarrotsWinterUncovered in the refrigerator.Vitamin A, C, B6 and Dietary Fiber.100g Carrots = 33cals.
    CauliflowerAutumn/WinterRemove outer leaves and store in a produce bag in the refrigerator.Vitamin C, B5, B6, Folate, Manganese and Potassium.100g Cauliflower = 24.5cals.
    CeleryAutumn/WinterRefrigerate in a produce bag.Vitamin C and Potassium.100g stick of Celery = 15cals.
    CucumberSummerIn the crisper of the refrigerator.Vitamin C100g Cucumber = 12cals.
    FennelAutumn to SpringRefrigerate.Vitamin C, Dietary Fiber and Folate.100g Fennel = 19cals.
    GrapefruitAll year roundRoom Temperature.Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Potassium and Dietary Fiber.100g Grapefruit = 33cals.
    Grapes
    (seedless)
    SummerIn a produce bag in the refrigerator.Vitamin C, B6 and Potassium.100g Grapes = 60 - 83cals.
    Kiwi FruitWinter/SpringIn the crisper in the refrigerator.Vitamin C and Potassium.100g Kiwi Fruit = 52cals.
    MangoesSummerCovered in the refrigerator.Vitamin A, C, B1, B6 and Potassium.207g Mango = 113cals.
    Melons
    (Including Watermelon)
    Summer/AutumnIn the crisper in the refrigerator.Vitamin C, Folate, Dietary Fiber and Vitamin A.200g Melon = 50cals.
    NectarinesSummerIn the crisper in the refrigerator.Vitamin C, B3, Potassium and Dietary Fiber.151g Nectarines = 66cals.
    OrangesAutumn to SpringCool dry place for 1 week, then transfer to the refrigerator to keep longer.Vitamin C.131g Oranges = 54cals.
    PeachesSummerRipen at room temperature then refrigerate.Vitamin C, Potassium, Dietary Fiber, Beta Carotene.100g Peaches = 42cals.
    PearsAutumn/WinterRipen at room temperature then refrigerate.Vitamin C, E and Dietary Fiber.161g Pear = 93cals.
    PineappleSpring/SummerStore in a cool dry place.Vitamin C, E and Dietary Fiber.100g Pineapple = 43cals.
    SpinachAll year roundRefrigerate.Vitamin B6, C, E, Beta Carotene, Folate, Magnesium, Potassium and Dietary Fiber.100g Spinach = 15cals.
    Sweet PotatoAll year roundStore in a cool dry place.Vitamins C, E, Beta Carotene and Dietary Fiber.100g Sweet Potato = 65cals.
    TomatoesLate Winter to early SummerRipen at room temperature.Vitamin A, K, C, E, Folate and Dietary Fiber.100g Tomatoes = 15 - 17cals.