Outrage in Hindu community at use of beef and alcohol in Golden Circle juice processing
6 Aug 2014 |
Golden Circle, owned by Heinz Australia, has come under fire from the Hindu community after a consumer's inquiry revealed that beef-products and alcohol are used in the production of its juices.
This juicer claims to supercharge your health in seconds. What's our verdict?
2 Jun 2014 |
This pricey little juicer retains the pulp and blends it with the rest of the fruit. We put it through its paces in the CHOICE test kitchen.
You can spend big bucks on a juicer, but one of the cheapest models on test comes equal first.
19 Sep 2013 |
We test a range of centrifugal and non-centrifugal juicers and find a high price tag doesn't necessarily mean outstanding performance.
Philips claims that this juicer is so easy to clean that it can be done in under a minute.
14 Sep 2012 |
The QuickClean Juicer is a very good performer overall and is definitely one to consider if you’re looking for lots of juice.
Is there a place for fruit poppers in your child’s lunchbox?
30 Apr 2012 |
We review 100 different varieties of fruit juice poppers available in major supermarkets and found a few factors worth considering before you pop one in your kids lunchbox.
These gift ideas will please any budding amateur chef.
29 Nov 2011 |
CHOICE picks the kitchen gadgets that will make great Christmas presents for anyone who loves to cook.
Are juices that contain extra antioxidants or supplements better for you?
26 Feb 2009 |
Fruit juices with exotic supplements have spread from juice bars onto the supermarket shelves. But are these juices with feel-good extras really better for you than straight juice?
Can juice from 'super' fruits — goji, noni, mangosteen or açai — really cure cancer?
16 Aug 2007 |
Forget about an orange or apple — distrubtors say if you really want to keep the doctor away, you need to knock back a daily dose of "superfruit".
It's the health tonic of the moment, but where’s the evidence for its benefits?
23 May 2006 |
If you believe the hype, wheatgrass can nourish the blood and detoxify poisons, purify the liver, rebuild the bloodstream and more — all before breakfast.