Choosing the appropriate blender for your juice business is very important. A wrong purchase will hamper production and cause you to lose money at some point. In this series of posts, we will be taking a critical look at blenders. Let’s delve into the world of blenders. Let’s go!
A blender is an electronic or manual device or machine used in food preparation for liquidizing, chopping or pureeing. There are two main types of blenders.
- Countertop Blender
- Immersion or stick Blender
This is the traditional countertop blender. The kind we are used to. The countertop blender has a pitcher ( glass or plastic jar) with the spinning blades in the bottom that mounts into a motorized base. The countertop blender is more powerful and has more settings than the immersion blender. These guys can blend, mix, puree, chop and crush ice. For our line of business, we will be focusing on these blenders.
The immersion blender is also known as a handheld or a stick blender. These are compact and portable and are mostly used to blend right in the soup pot. The immersion blender is very common among chefs. They use these handheld devices to blend up hot foods, like soup and gravies right in the pan.
Blenders I recommend.
There are a lot of decent blenders on the market. I am not saying get these at all cost but if you can then you definitely should. These blenders will save you a lot of hustle in the future, plus they will pay for themselves, over and over again.
The Vitamix Blender
The first on my list is the Vitamix. Personally, I think this is the king of blenders. Superior design and very robust and durable. These machines are so good they have been tagged as ‘ high-performance machines’. The Vitamix starts at USD 349. Read more about it here.
Ninja has an entire range of food processors with their blender being one of them. They are not as pricy as the Vitamix but can do the work! The Ninja Smart Screen Kitchen System with FreshVac starts at USD 229.99. Read more here.
The tagline for this blender is, ‘ the world’s most advanced blenders’. These blenders look robust and build for commercial use. The Blendtec is in the same price range as the Vitamix. Read more about it here.
In my next post, I will be focusing on what to look out for when shopping for a blender for your business. What are your blender experiences and expectations, share with me in the comment section. Starting a fresh juice business is easy, you just need to know what to do, grab an ebook on it here. On the other hand, if you would like to book a one-on-one session, do so here.
The blenders mentioned above are not readily available in Ghana and they cost quite a substantial amount. Are you looking to buy a blender that won’t break the bank? Check out the White Label Commercial Blender. It’s a German blender and it’s guaranteed to pay for itself many times over.
- Safety system – only runs with the jug in place.
- Overcurrent or over-temperature protection
- Thick rubber pad to reduce noise and friction
- Precision technology
- Multi-function, wet and dry application
- 2200 Watts power.