Organic Juice

Squeezing Out the Truth: Organic vs. Non-Organic Juice

In this juicy exploration of organic vs. non-organic juice, we'll squeeze out all the facts and help you make an informed decision about what's best for your glass and your goals. So, whether you're a health-conscious sipper or just curious about what sets these two options apart, let's dive into the world of cold-pressed juice...

Organic vs Non-Organic Juice

Drinking organic cold-pressed juice offers specific advantages, but whether you should exclusively consume it depends on your personal preferences and dietary choices. Here are some reasons why people opt for organic cold-pressed juice:

  1. Reduced Pesticide Exposure: Organic farming practices prohibit the use of synthetic pesticides and herbicides, reducing the risk of chemical residues in the fruits and vegetables used for juicing. This can be particularly appealing for those concerned about pesticide exposure.

  2. Preservation of Nutrients: Organic fruits and vegetables are often grown in nutrient-rich soils, which can result in produce with higher levels of essential vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Cold-pressed juicing helps retain these nutrients, maximizing their benefits.

  3. Environmental Impact: Organic farming methods prioritize sustainability and environmentally friendly practices, promoting soil health and biodiversity. Choosing organic cold-pressed juice supports these eco-friendly principles.

  4. Taste and Quality: Some individuals find that organic produce used in cold-pressed juice recipes delivers superior taste and quality compared to non-organic options.

  5. Non-GMO: Organic standards typically prohibit the use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs), ensuring that the ingredients in organic cold-pressed juice are non-GMO.

While there are clear benefits to organic cold-pressed juice, there are also considerations to bear in mind:

  1. Cost: Organic produce is often more expensive than conventionally grown fruits and vegetables, which can lead to higher costs for organic cold-pressed juices.

  2. Availability: Depending on your location, organic produce may not always be readily available or may come with limited options.

  3. Personal Values: The choice to consume organic products is often driven by personal values and health priorities. Some people may prioritise organic options for specific health concerns or environmental reasons.


In conclusion, while it is clear organic cold-pressed juice reigns supreme in potential health advantages in terms of reduced pesticide exposure and nutrient retention, it's essential to consider your individual dietary goals, budget, and values. A balanced diet that includes a variety of foods, both organic and non-organic, remains the best approach to meeting your nutritional needs - with a little juice on the side. 

Gram offers a range of cold pressed juice including Green, apple, celery and orange juice. Pop in store or browse our range online here. 

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