The best juicers money can buy, as tested by the Good House­keep­ing In­sti­tute

Women's Health (UK) - - EAT SMART -

Philips Avance Col­lec­tion Mi­cro-mas­ti­cat­ing Juicer, £330 GHI RAT­ING: 78/100 Rel­a­tively small, so ideal for mod­est kitchens. Star claim: it’s a cold-press juicer, so the nu­tri­ents and en­zymes are left un­dam­aged by heat.

Dualit Juice Ex­trac­tor, £125 GHI RAT­ING: 79/100 Stor­ing a hefty 1.6ltr of juice, this is ex­cel­lent for ad­vance prep. Be­ware if you’re tight on space, it’s a bit of a beast, but if you’ve achieved your #kitchen­goals, go for it and get juic­ing.

Sage by He­ston Blu­men­thal The Nu­tri Juicer Plus, £219.95 GHI RAT­ING: 79/100 It’s very He­ston. We’d ex­pect noth­ing less than five speeds, plus a fruit/veg dial to nail that pre­cise blend­ing speed – not from the cre­ator of savoury ice cream, for Pete’s sake.

Dualit Dual-max Juicer, £99.99 GHI RAT­ING: 80/100 Ex­tracts mind­bog­gling quan­ti­ties of liq­uid. You can also stick ap­ples in whole – so no messy fruit prep. Even bet­ter, it re­juices the pulp, mean­ing waste is kept to a real min­i­mum.

Kitchenaid Ar­ti­san Max­i­mum Ex­trac­tion Juicer, £369 GHI RAT­ING: 81/100 Juic­ing roy­alty – with an eye-wa­ter­ing price tag to match. But with three dif­fer­ent fil­ters and ad­justable pulpi­ness set­tings, its per­for­mance is un­par­al­leled.

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