American Made Juicers


We are compiling an ever growing list of American juicer manufacturers & brands, including large corporations, small companies and individuals.


There are currently 3 companies in this list, which may include juicers produced and assembled from materials 100% manufactured here in America, but some may also contain a percentage produced outside the USA.

On this page you'll find a variety of juicing machines, including a hand operated juice press and several countertop models for the home, restaurants and other food establishments.

We've included a few details about the companies and their products along with direct links to both the manufacturer & various on-line retailers where you can get the latest prices, shipping costs, special offers & more.

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US Juicer Brand & Manufacturers List


Champion Juicer

Plastaket Manufacturing Inc, home of the Champion Juicer was founded in 1950 in Lodi, California. Lodi is in California’s Central Valley - the heart of America’s fruit and vegetable growing region. Plastaket is still family run and employs 27 people, some of which have been with the company since the 1970’s.

Champion Juicers
Welles Juice Press

The Champion Juicer is the only true masticating juicer on the market - it is the only juicer that cuts and chews the foodstuff. It has a single horizontal cutter that rotates at high speed, about 1,725 RPM. The cutter has saw tooth cutting blades at one end and an auger at the other end. First, the blade part of the cutter (the cutting section) grinds the foodstuff to be processed. Next, a combination of centrifugal force, compression, and gravity is used to expel the juice out the bottom of the housing. The front part of the cutter (the auger section) propels the pulp forward and out the front of the housing. The processing time during juicing is several seconds, which results in a richer juice with more robust color, flavor, and nutrient content. Due to the high rotational speed of the cutter, the grinding action of the saw tooth blades, and the longer processing time, the Champion Juicer’s homogenizing capability is superior to most of its slow speed competition.

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Welles Juice Press

The rights to manufacture and distribute the Welles Peoples Press were acquired in 2006. The Welles Press is manufactured in the USA.

Welles Juice Press
Welles Juice Press

The Welles Juice Press (also known as the Peoples Juice Press) extracts juice containing high levels of nutrients from fruit and vegetables by pressing (squeezing) pulp. The nutrients and juice are forced out of the pulp fibers when pressed using 2 tons of pressure. The Welles Press is manufactured in the USA.

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Wheateena Juicers

Recognizing the importance of the Commercial juicing marketplace, in 2008 Samson Brands acquired the Wheateena Product Brand. The original Wheateena Juicer was commissioned in 1966 by Dr. Ann Wigmore, founder of the Hippocrates Health Institute in Boston. Since then Wheateena has been designing and manufacturing commercial and household wheatgrass juicers in the USA.

Wheateena Juicer
Wheateena Juicer

Recognizing the importance of the Commercial juicing marketplace, in 2008 Samson Brands acquired the Wheateena Product Brand. The original Wheateena Juicer was commissioned in 1966 by Dr. Ann Wigmore, founder of the Hippocrates Health Institute in Boston. Since then Wheateena has been designing and manufacturing commercial and household wheatgrass juicers in the USA.

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Some of the companies listed in this directory that produce kitchen appliances here in America, may also have them manufactured in other countries as well. Many businesses alter their brand names, manufacturing practices and product designs with little or no notice, so if there are questions that still remain, we suggest contacting the manufacturer directly.

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