Champion Juicer 2000 Review

The Champion Juicer 2000 is great for anyone hoping to get the most from their juicer and the most bang for their buck.

Reasonably priced, this powerful little juicer can perform a variety of functions and produce fruit and vegetable juices, nut butter, baby food, and yes, even ice cream.

This versatile little juicer, with the grain mill attachment, can also produce coffee, corn meal, and flour.

One of Champion’s most popular juicers on the market, the Champion 2000 has won several awards recently, including the “Best Fruit and Vegetable Juicer” Happy Juicer award.

This great little juicer is also featured on television and in numerous news articles.

Aside from the many functions, the Champion Juicer 2000 may actually produce some of the healthiest and best tasting juices possible. The juicer uses the mastication process, which means that the machine actually chews the fruits and vegetables (or whatever is put inside the 1.75 inch feeding chamber).

As it “chews” it extracts the most nutrients than any other juicer filling the juice with minerals, vitamins, and fibers.

The Champion 2000 is a user-friendly, powerful little juicer. It features a 1/3 horsepower motor and a floating cutter that actually separates the juice from any pulp as it works.

The body is made of painted stainless steel and plastic. All this contributes to extremely easy cleanup since the body can be wiped down and the cutter can pop off and be placed into a dishwasher.

The package comes with an easy to understand manual, which includes a selection of recipes, perhaps for the juicing novice. However, even the juicing pro will benefit from the suggestions, as it includes recipes for sorbets, ice creams, sauces, nut butters, and smoothies.

Additionally, the Champion Juicer 2000 comes with several accessories that contribute to the versatility and ease of the machine.

A pusher is provided so that one does not need to reach a hand or metal object into the feeding chamber, a fine mesh screen to let juice flow through, and a blank plate for homogenizing foods.

However, the consumer must provide a wide container to collect the juices.

Assembly is very simple, and the instructions are clear and concise. The whole process should only take a few minutes.

Once everything is set up, the machine is ready to go. The feeding chamber is a little wider than most juicers, so chopping fruits and vegetables is kept to a minimum.

If one is in the market for a juicing machine with the capability to quickly and easily juice fruits and vegetables, grind grains, make baby food, ice cream, or smoothies, the Champion Juicer 2000 is the perfect model.

It combines speed, power, and ease into one machine, all at a great price.