The Simplicity Cold-Pressed Difference
All Nutrients Retained
Simplicity Juice Cold-Presses only fresh, raw and whole fruits and vegetables. We use a hydraulic press with thousands of pounds of pressure to extract the maximum amount of liquid (aka Juice!).
All of the vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and phytonutrients are retained with minimal oxidation and no additional heat used in the process. This results in all nutrients remaining in the juice—which are lost in the traditional heating and in the pasteurization process.
Cold-Pressing fresh fruits and vegetables creates a juice that is alive and full of nutrients to feed and fuel every cell in your body (and health, healing, and beauty start at the cellular level).
Simplicity juice uses Cold-Pressure Protection to keep our consumers safe. We submerge each bottle in cold water under high pressure to kill pathogens, while maintaining a higher yield of vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and preserving a fresher taste, and increasing our shelf life.
Cold-Pressure Protection is recognized by the FDA, USDA, Health Canada, the EU and other authoritative bodies for preserving freshness and increasing shelf life without artificial preservatives or high heat.
Not all Cold-Pressed Juice are Created Equal
Read the Fine Print. Of course we want you to enjoy Simplicity, but more than anything—we want you to make the healthy choice when buying juice. There are a lot of Cold-Pressed Juice companies out there, but not all of them are as healthy as they could be (Cough, cough, not all are as healthy as Simplicity, cough, cough...), so here is a cheat sheet of what to look for when comparing Cold-Pressed Juice:
Watch out for products using the following:
- Watch out concentrates
- Watch out aseptic purees
- Pasteurization or any “Flash,” “ Gentle” or “Quick” heat
- Added color
- Water with concentrates
- Added Sugar
- Cane Sugar
- Juice Concentrate
- Corn syrup or corn syrup solids
- Acacia Gum
- Dipotassium Phosphate
- Gellan Gum
- Cocoa Processed with Alkali
- Whey Protein and Whey Protein Concentrates
Lastly, “Natural” Ingredients are not the same as “Real” Ingredients.
Read the fine print and make the healthy choice.