De'Longhi DJE950 Die-Cast Juice Extractor
De'Longhi DJE950 Die-Cast Juice Extractor
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Juicers make it easy to get vitamins and nutrients quickly from tons of fruits and veggies. This one from Italian company De’Longhi features a powerful induction motor that can transform your produce into a full quart of juice in just 1 minute Read More

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RayF
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Aug 17, 2018
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One thing you notice after you buy your first juicer--juicers are relatively cheap--fruit isn't!
Aug 17, 2018
akarsner
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May 8, 2019
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You must live in the Garden of Eden or some other bountiful nirvana. I live in the giant cement slab that is the California San Francisco Bay Area. If the locals want prices that cheap, we have to drive, and drive far in many cases, to special bi-monthly farmers markets put together by a wide-spread congregation of farmers and other organic officionados at some seemingly random popup location out in middle of Timbuc Tu. But I am happy to do so, because I would rather spend a few more bucks per item and get quality and care of the produce with love than to get the thrashed and desheveled store-bought equivalent that goes rotten in less than two days.
May 8, 2019
brainwave
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May 8, 2019
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Oh, man... I feel for you. I'm in Midwest in a large metropolitan area. Local store chains, small and big, contracted farmers from nearby rural states to bring in their seasonal produce. 'Buy local' signs are everywhere. California and Florida farms compete here also along with Latin American and European imports. That's the beauty of free market.
May 8, 2019