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By nat rosasco 10 Feb, 2017

Juicernet is set up and serving up fresh juice in Booth 874-875 at the 2017 NAFEM.  We are excited to be here with our manufacturers JBT Fresh’n Squeeze and Ceado.  We have an exciting line of commercial juice extractors, pineapple corers and more.  If you have a juice bar you need to stop by and talk to the Juice Experts!  

Ceado is very proud to announce their exclusive CP150 Countertop Cold Press Juicer.  Finally a commercial cold press juicer that fits neatly on your store countertop!

JBT Fresh ‘n Squeeze The # FreshnSqueeze  juicers by JBT Food Tech  offer superior reliability and versatility as well as the sweetest # juice , with the lowest peel oil and highest yield, currently available on the market.

By nat rosasco 17 Jan, 2017

We will be at the 2017 NAFEM Show in Orlando, Florida. We will be showcasing the Ceado and JBT line of juicers.

Visit us February 9 – 11, 2017 at the Orange County Convention Center at booth 874 and 875.

By nat rosasco 14 Sep, 2016

Juicernet will be at the Produce Marketing Association’s (PMA) 2016 Fresh Summit Convention & Expo on October 14-16, in Orlando,Florida. We will be in booth 263. Stop by and visit us for a glass of fresh squeezed orange juice with our Multi-Fruit Juicer by JBT Fresh’n Squeeze and delicious fruit and vegetable juice with the Ceado ES-700 fruit and vegetable juicer. Juicing can be a profitable way to reduce shrink levels and boosts profits, find out how juicing can help you reduce your shrink levels.

Get a glimpse into the upcoming food trends and innovations in the produce industry at the show by checking out these 5 First Time Exhibitors and what they have to offer.

By nat rosasco 14 Jun, 2016


United Fresh 2016 will be held June 20-22, 2016 in the North Hall of McCormick Place in Chicago, IL   The center is located at 2301 S. Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, IL 60616.  Juicernet will be in Booth 1647 with Ceado and JBT. We will be sampling our fresh juice made with our JBT CJ and our Ceado ES-700.

FMI Connect Show

This year the FMI Connect Show will be expanding and adding in new features. These features will educate attendees on current trends and how companies can increase profits by implementing these trends.

Health & Lifestyle Zone

Find out how you can maximize your company’s outreach by implementing the latest trends to address your customer’s needs.

Private Brand Zone

Learn about how your store can implement or improve its current private brand. Find out about what products your customers will buy and products you can add to your brand immediately.

Technology Zone

With the majority of growing trends being in technology, this zone is one that you will not want to miss. Learn how your company can increase profits, decrease expenses, and improve your customer’s shopping experience.

To find out more about the FMI Connect Show’s zones and new features visit

United Fresh Show

This year the United Fresh Show will be showcasing produce innovation. Enjoy a variety of services and tools to help your business successfully manage and sell its produce.

United FreshTech

Learn about food safety, supply chain technologies, packing and processing you can apply to your business.

United Fresh Marketplace

Find out what’s new in fresh foods. Learn about new merchandising programs, new products and new trending ideas you can apply to your business.

To find out more about what the United Fresh Show has to offer visit

By nat rosasco 28 Apr, 2016

More trends to check out at the NRA Show—-What not to miss at the 2016 NRA show

If you are heading to the 2016 NRA show you do not want to miss the opportunity to learn how you can increase your profits by implementing this year’s top trends.

Online orders and Loyalty Programs:

In today’s world everyone is looking for convenience. In 2016 online orders have become increasingly popular among the food industry. This year a wider variety of companies in the food industry announced that they will be adding this service. From supermarkets to restaurant chains and even pharmacies are cashing in and implementing this new technology to increase their profits.

Loyalty programs have also become popular with food companies launching and revamping their reward programs. Companies have become increasingly aware of what drives millennials and have decided to implement these trends to maximize their profits.

The National Restaurant Show Tech Pavilion is the hub for tech trends.  Head over to the tech pavilion to learn how these technology trends can help increase sales, efficiently manage your business and improve the customer experience. Vendors will be personally teaching attendees how your business can apply many of the available technology options such as: mobile payments, online orders and all the ways your business can become more efficient and save with technology.

 Fruits and vegetables at a farmers market

Locally Grown Produce for Juicing:

The amazing world of juicing continues to grow and evolve.  Consumers are growing more conscious of their health and their impact on the environment.  Consumers are also living busier lives and therefore looking for quick and easy ways to fill their bodies with nutrients on the go and they have discovered this can be done with juicing. The consumers also want to see local produce being used as they know the benefits of eating local.  Many restaurants are finding success by adding fresh juice to their menus.  It is getting more commonplace for a fresh green juice to be on the menu next to the classic fresh oj glass.  Restaurant owners can take advantage of this trend for a relatively low investment in a quality commercial fruit and vegetable juicer like our Ceado ES-700 and citrus juicer Ceado SL98 or JBT Fresh’n Squeeze Citrus Juicer depending upon volume. Many local farms are also collaborating with local restaurants and bringing fresh produce directly to the restaurant for a fresh juice made from locally grown produce that consumers really love.

Adding fresh juice can be increasingly beneficial. We have over 30 years of experience in the commercial juicer industry and carry only the highest quality juicing equipment available. We offer the highest quality of customer service and full consultations to help your business. We carry a full line of juicing and blending equipment, from apples to wheatgrass juice, we do it all!

Whether you are looking to add fresh juice, expand your selection or looking to learn more about the technologies and profit opportunities available– We have you covered!

Stop by booth 3760 to try our delicious freshly squeezed juice and see it, smell it and taste it!

By nat rosasco 28 Mar, 2016

Juice bar owners can increase sales and improve their brand communications by applying the top trends recently released by the National Restaurant Association .

The National Restaurant Association recently released  “What’s Hot – 2016 Culinary Forecast”  that features several trends that impact juice and smoothie bar owners and operators. Drawing on an online survey of over 1,5000 members of the American Culinary Federation in September of 2015, the chefs were provided a list of 221 items and instructed to rate each as a “hot trend,” “yesterday’s news,” or “perennial favorite.”

Top Trends Directly Impact Juice Bar Owners

  • 77% Locally grown produce
  • 77% Hyper-local sourcing (e.g. restaurant gardens, onsite beer brewing, house-made items)
  • 76% Natural ingredients/ minimally processed food
  • 73% Healthful kids’ meals

Juice Bar Owners Can Drive Sales by Promoting Locally Grown Produce in their offerings

With 77% of respondents calling this a “hot trend,” featuring locally grown produce in your juices will delight customers and tap into a powerful customer demand. Owners should consider signage, messaging, and employee training that reinforces this message to customers.

Adding an on-site garden can tap into customers willing to pay a premium for the freshest ingredients

Again, with 77% of respondents from the National Research Association survey responding extremely favorably to this trend, it’s clear that owners need to think of ways to provide the freshest and most local ingredients as possible.

Customers continue to seek out food and beverages that contain natural ingredients and minimally processed food

While juice bar owners intuitively know this from their customer base, this data point from the National Research Association indicates that the demand for natural ingredients is spreading across the general population. Owners should leverage this insight in their marketing and advertising to attract new customers who are trying healthy eating or juicing for the first time.

Adding specific juices for children and/or featuring a kid’s meal that includes a fresh squeezed fruit or vegetable juice presents a significant new revenue or additional sales opportunity

This presents a huge opportunity for sales by adding either a healthy kids’ meal or a line of juices specifically for children.

By nat rosasco 23 Jun, 2015

Dorothy Lane Market bakery director Scott Fox demonstrates juicing at the bakery team’s breakfast display.

Our Ceado ES-700 took center stage at the Show & Sell Center in a special juicing station.  Scott Fox, Bakery Director and Jennifer Dahm, Director of Coffee/Bakery Merchandising for Dorothy Lane Market juiced a carrot and apple blend.

Supermarket News covers the event sharing the best ideas and trends from the 2015 IDDBA Dairy-Deli-Bake Show in Atlanta this month.

IDDBA Show & Sell takes on Millennials, cross-merchandising

Jun 17, 2015  Liz Webber  Supermarket News

This year’s Show & Sell Center at IDDBA’s Dairy-Deli-Bake in Atlanta earlier this month played on the show’s theme of “Growing the Future” with a focus on Millennials while also emphasizing cross-merchandising for the first time.

“They’re the ones who are bringing the money into the grocery store,” Sue Bosse, a retired cheese merchandiser who is a long-time member of the cheese team, said of Millennials. She said the goal is to trigger Millennials to buy more.

To attract Millennials looking for information about their food and flexible meal solutions, the meals teams created a concept called Culinary Concierge. The concept was also designed to help retailers develop a relationship with customers.

“Bring the consumer back in, bring the consumer back in, bring the consumer back in. And you know that’s become a problem,” said freelance food stylist Chris Koch, a member of the meals team.

 In stores, retail chefs could use a designated area for cooking classes, sampling and meal production. Customers would be able to ask chefs questions, such as how to prepare certain items.

Koch said retailers sometimes think they need to hire a three-star chef for such roles, but a recent culinary school graduate would be just as effective.

The other component of the Culinary Concierge would be a personalized meal service. Customers could place an order for one meal or a full week of meals that would be packaged in the store and placed in a bag with the customer’s name and pick-up date in a refrigerated case.

Whole Foods has been using a similar concept in stores in Chicago, according to Koch.

Retailers could upsell customers picking up their meal orders by stocking an adjoining case with deli trays, cheese boards and desserts.

Koch said Show & Sell team members tried to show how to fill every available space by merchandising around cases and displays.

 “We did a lot more cross-merchandising this year than we’ve ever done,” agreed deli team member Ron Fischer, who works at Coborn’s.

There was “bread and cheese everywhere” to encourage impulse buys, Fischer said. “It’s for extra sales.”

In addition, each Show & Sell team had to invite other teams to participate in one of its displays, according to bakery team member Jennifer Dahm, director of coffee and bakery merchandising at Dorothy Lane Market.

The object was to show how cross-merchandising would work in a real store.

“I think that’s a challenge that a lot of companies have,” said Dahm.

For its collaborative effort, the bakery team put together a breakfast case that featured a juicing station and included cold brew coffee, drinkable yogurt and yogurt parfaits.”

 Healthy perceptions

 Aside from the chocolate cake, much of the breakfast display represented on-the-go items with a healthy feel.

“Everybody wants good food but they want it fast,” said Dahm.

Millennial shoppers in particular are looking for products that are healthy or “at least give the illusion,” according to Koch.

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By nat rosasco 04 Feb, 2015

Jupiter, FL – February 03, 2015

JBT Fresh’n Squeeze of Lakeland Florida will join Ceado and Juicernet by Mulligan Associates at the 2015 NAFEM Show Booth 138. Show hours are 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 19 and Friday, Feb. 20 and 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 21. The show will be held at the Anaheim Convention Center, 800 W Katella Ave, Anaheim, California.

 Juicernet is the distributor of the world’s finest juice extractors and will proudly be displaying their machines at the NAFEM Show.

“We have over 30 years of experience assisting companies with their fresh juice program, they love the high quality machines we offer and our customer service and support we provide.” Says President Gene Mulligan.

Juicernet by Mulligan Associates is a full service company, they consult with their customers to provide them the best equipment for their needs and budgetary guidelines. They provide training materials for juiceologists and managers as well as service and maintenance for the machines.

On display will be the Ceado ES-700 fruit and vegetable juicer. This juicer is full of innovative features like a whisper soft motor, double feed chutes and magnetic basket for easy no tool removal and fast cleaning. The Ceado ES-700 will be juicing delicious fruit and vegetable juice for all visitors to Booth 138. The Ceado ES-500 and the citrus reamers S98 and SL98 will also be on display.

JBT Fresh’n Squeeze  will be serving fresh squeezed orange juice to visitors with their Counter Juicer. The CJ utilizes the Whole Fruit Extraction method for higher yield and sweeter juice. You can also learn more about the Multifruit Juicer that is perfect for supermarkets and larger scale citrus juicing.

The NAFEM Show features foodservice equipment and supplies from 500+ manufacturers. Join a community of foodservice professionals and visit a wide range of foodservice equipment exhibitors

Juicernet by Mulligan Associates is based in Jupiter, Florida. They are the exclusive North American Master Distributor for Ceado and JBT Fresh’n Squeeze Commercial Juice Extractors. In business for over 30 years they provide their customers with extraordinary customer service.

 To reach Juicernet call 1-800-627-2886 or email . Visit their website at

By nat rosasco 22 Oct, 2014
PMA Fresh Summit 2014 Roger Pepperl of Stemilt talks with Dick McKellog of Lowes about Stemilt’s new Fresh Blenders packaging for juicing and smoothies.

  Stemilt Growers Fresh Blenders  was introduced at the PMA Fresh Summit in Anaheim, CA.  The blender-shaped package contains fruit and vegetables ready to blend or juice.   Stemilt Growers  offers 5 varieties in both sweet and tart options.

They were featured in the New Products Showcase and offered free juice sampling at a food truck outside the convention center.  

“According to NPD Group data from May 2013, blenders, juicers and food processors are the top-growing small kitchen appliance category, with blenders and juice extractors contributing to more than $1 billion in sales in 2013. The popularity in juicing and smoothies spills over onto the Web with terms like “smoothie recipes” earning an average of 110,000 Google searches a month.

By nat rosasco 18 Jun, 2014

Will you be joining us June 22 and 23 in Houston for the Texas Restaurant Association Marketplace?  

Juicernet by Mulligan Associates will be there with our line of commercial juicers.  We will be juicing our Ceado ES-700 and our Fresh’n Squeeze Counter Juicer so stop by for a sample of fresh juice.  We will also have our wheatgrass and sugarcane juicers on display!

 What are the show dates, hours and location?

Dates: June 22–23, 2014
Hours: 10:30am to 5pm both days
Location: George R. Brown Convention Center, 1001 Avenida De Las Americas, Houston, Texas, 77010

If you will be attending you can schedule a one on one meeting with one of our Juicing Experts here.

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