A. Juice will last in the fridge for 24 to 72 hours depending on the juicer used.
Centrifugal made juice has a shorter lifespan than juice from a masticating juicer and usually lasts up to 24 hours. Juice from a masticating juicer can last up to 72 hours as these juices contain more antioxidants, nutrients, and enzymes.
Greenstar Complete Masticating Juicers have built in bioceramic and magnetic technology which preserves the life force in the food, this allows the extracted juice to hold more energy and even more minerals, and can remain fresh up to 72 hours in the refrigerator.
Storing juice in glass or a high-quality stainless-steel bottle is ideal as the tight seal keeps out any excess oxygen and reduces oxidisation. If you are storing juice in a glass mason jar you can wrap the mason jar in a tea towel to minimise any light reaction with your juice.
Juice will last in the freezer up to 6 months if you store it immediately after juicing. Some nutrients will be lost in the process. Freezing your juice is the perfect way to ensure none of your expensive fruits and vegetables go to waste. When filling your storage container be sure to leave some space at the top to allow for expansion.