The Good Housekeeping Research Institute picks best juicers for 2013

Good Housekeeping
Best Overall Juicer

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Squeeze fruits and veggies into your diet with one of our pulverizing picks.


Best Overall Juicer:
Breville Juice Fountain Elite
($300, amazon.com)

Made of sturdy stainless steel, this machine (the top choice of the 24 models we tested) quickly and quietly extracts juice. It has two speeds and a wide feed tube; plus, all removable parts (except the food pusher) are dishwasher-safe. It dispenses directly into a detachable pitcher, minimizing mess.

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Breville Juice Fountain Compact

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Budget Beauty:
Breville Juice Fountain Compact
(Starting at $100, Yahoo! Shopping)

Features like a wide feed chute (toss in an entire apple!) and a built-in serving pitcher earned this model high marks. It's fast and efficient — and small enough to live on your countertop.

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(See also: Versatile Shark vacuum makes list of top picks)







Omega Mega Mouth Juicer

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Spill Saver:
Omega Mega Mouth 330 Juicer
($200, amazon.com)

A cinch to fill, operate, and clean, this stainless steel super-extractor made short work of apples, carrots, and kale. It doesn't come with a pitcher, but its spigot adjusts to the height of your glass, reducing the chance of spills.

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Krups Juice Extractor

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Two-Speed Bargain:
Krups Juice Extractor
($150, amazon.com)

Like the pricier Breville Fountain Elite, this model has two speeds and is a pro at both (though not quite so for leafy greens). It earned points for its large feed tube, countertop steadiness, and customer service.

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