celery juice

Celery juice trend has crop prices at ‘all-time high’

Vegetable growers are gearing up to supply consumers’ growing interest in celery as a diet food. Sammy Duda is the senior vice president of natio... continue reading »


Pulsed Electric Field (PEF) technology offers great potential for juice makers

By Melanie Epp | Contributing Writer Imagine there was technology that would allow you to get more juice out of a batch of apples. Imagine that sam... continue reading »

Natalie’s Orchid Island showcasing new juices at PMA

Natalie’s Orchid Island Juice Company will showcase its new Cucumber Jalapeno and Organic Orange Juices, as well as seasonal Pumpkin Apple Spice and... continue reading »

Morning Kiss Organic to debut juice line

Morning Kiss Organic will debut its new cold pressed organic juice line at the New England Produce Council Expo in Boston, Sept. 12-13. The first thre... continue reading »

Synerlink acuires fill-seal manufacturer Ermi

Synerlink, supplier of packaging technology for the food industry, is expanding with the acquisition of Ermi, a manufacturer of aseptic fill-seal bott... continue reading »

Natalie’s wins Food & Beverage Industry Award

Natalie’s Orchid Island Juice Company's  new Blood Orange Juice has won a Food and Beverage Industry Award (FABI) at the annual competition hosted ... continue reading »

Kayco introduces Beetology juices

Kayco has released a new line of craft functional beet beverages called Beetology, organic, cold pressed juices. “Clean” foods with added he... continue reading »

New Natalie’s juices hit store shelves

Handcrafted bottles of Natalie’s Orchid Island Juice squeezed fresh Blood Orange and Carrot Tomato Celery juices are making their way to grocery she... continue reading »

Natalie’s releases limited edition juices

Natalie’s Orchid Island Juice Company will begin shipping bottles of its small batch Pumpkin Apple Spice and Orange Cranberry juices to grocers this... continue reading »

Blue LEDs show potential for killing bacteria in juice

A team at the National University of Singapore, led by professor Yuk Hyun-Gyun and his former Ph.D. student, Vinayak Ghate, studied the use of blue LE... continue reading »