How Much Produce Makes 1 Cup of Juice? (Part 2)

A few months ago, we weighed, juiced, and measured 6 popular ingredients to see how much produce was needed for 1 cup of juice. Now, we've put 7 more ingredients to the test.

Note: juice yield will vary based on the quality of your produce. Fresh fruits and vegetables provide the highest yield, and they also provide the best taste and texture. Similarly, juicing speed will vary based on the size and quality of the ingredients.

Ingredients were juiced with the EVO820.

1. Watermelon

wedge of watermelon next to one cup of watermelon juice⅛ of a watermelon (weighing 2 lbs.) = 1 cup of watermelon juice.
Produce weight: 0.25 lbs.
Juicing time: 1 minute and 20 seconds

2. Cucumbers

one cucumber and slice next to one cup of cucumber juice1 ⅛ cucumbers = 1 cup of cucumber juice.
Produce weight: 0.74 lbs.
Juicing time: 1 minute and 10 seconds

3. Peaches

peaches next to one cup of peach juice2 ½ peaches (pits removed) = 1 cup of peach juice.
Produce weight: 1.17 lbs.
Juicing time: 1 minute and 52 seconds

4. Tomatoes

four tomatoes next to one cup of tomato juice4 roma tomatoes = 1 cup of tomato juice.
Produce weight: 1.13 lbs.
Juicing time: 1 minute and 40 seconds

5. Beets

beets next to one cup of beet juice2 ¼ beets = 1 cup of beet juice.
Produce weight: 1 lbs.
Juicing time: 2 minutes and 25 seconds

6. Spinach

2 bundles of spinach next to one cup of spinach juice1 ½ bundles of spinach = 1 cup of spinach juice.
Produce weight: 0.94 lbs.
Juicing time: 6 minutes and 15 seconds

7. Ginger

two slices of ginger next to one ounce of ginger juice2 pieces of ginger = 1 oz. ginger shot.
Produce weight: 2 oz.
Juicing time: 55 seconds

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