In stone ages people didn’t know things called juice, and they were eating fruits without being juiced. But as times go by people beginning to learn that by squeezing you can get that water or a concentrate of the fruits so this means that you can enjoy fruits without having to eat the whole fruit. Since I don’t know when this juice idea came along, I guessed that the first fruit juiced was the lemonade and orange. Back then people used to juice in an unhandy manner. Starting from a hand squeezed and up to using a manual kitchen appliances sort of like the Citrange one. Because of the unconventional idea juice is spilling out of the glass. That was then, and this is now.
This healthy exercise of juicing manually is certainly now comes easy without having to spill, and until the very last drop you can enjoy your juice. Citrange, the manual juice appliance is coming handy with the double grooves design. The manual ware allows you squeezing the wide orange and up to the narrow lime at both ends and without a spill. The designer Quentin de Coster use Polypropylene material at this lovable manual juicer. One step advance I guess.
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