How do you plan to use the M-1?


My business is a coffee shop and juice shop and we currently own a X-1. We have reserved an M-1 to put on our front counter to offer made to order juices. As we wait for the M-1 I’m wondering if anyone else has thought of how the X-1 and M-1 coexist.

We are currently selling 100 bottled juices per day from the X-1.

@Jerad_Poling It is a pretty awesome machine, the biggest factor that differentiates it is that it can be right upfront, because its small, not loud and very clean, quick to operate. You have almost too many options. I would say adding it as additional options to the menu is key. Here are a few examples that might work great for you.

  1. Made to order section- Basically let customers pick their base items that would make up the bulk of the juice then let them choose a few add-ons. (This is key because you want them to have options but somewhat guided options, so you know they will have a great tasting product at the end and control costs)
  2. Have a specialty daily or weekly blend, Get creative and get your staff involved, great way to test out new ideas without committing to labels, specialty bottles etc. Keep the ones with the best feedback to go on menu when in season again as well!
  3. Easily incorporate cold pressed juice into your smoothies! This is big, lots of places had to settle for centrifugal juice for smoothie production because it was fast, now you do not have to sacrifice quality.
    Let me know if any of those will help or if you would like to brainstorm some more ideas that would work best for your specific operation, shoot me an email

I plan on using mine for our made to order power shots (wheatgrass/ ginger/ lemon) and smaller batches of juice while we’re using the x-1

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