In catering and event settings, juice makers are valuable for preparing large quantities of fresh juice to serve to guests. They are commonly used for breakfast buffets, brunches, and other occasions where fresh juice is a staple beverage.
When hiring a commercial juice maker, first determine the juice maker’s capacity in terms of how many fruits or vegetables it can process at once. Ensure that it aligns with your expected demand.
Look for juice makers that are user-friendly and easy for your staff to operate. Clear instructions and simple controls can help ensure smooth operation. Also ensure that the juice maker is made of food-safe materials, particularly those that come into direct contact with the juice. Stainless steel or BPA-free plastic are common materials for juicing components.
Lastly, consider how you will store the freshly prepared juice. Have appropriate containers or dispensers ready to maintain the quality and freshness of the juice until it is served, to make sure your event is running smoothly.