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Juicing Profits

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Industry Analysis & Industry Trends

The Juice and Smoothie Bars industry has performed well over the past decade, driven by the emphatic embrace of the health and wellbeing movement in Australia.

Industry operators enjoyed dramatic growth in demand for their products as increased awareness of unhealthy eating and its relation to obesity and heart disease resulted in consumers making consumption choices based on health and nutritional factors.

The industry's dominant player, Boost Juice, entered the market in 2000 and has since made fruit and smoothie bars a staple of shopping malls, high streets and densely populated urban centres around the country. Juices and smoothies were shot into the mainstream, with many consumers looking to them as viable and healthy alternatives to fast foods or as meal replacements.

Estimated annual Revenue    $328M (AUD)
Annual Growth over 2008-13  4.5% (on average)
Employing an excess of          4,250 people
Representing approximately  760 business   


There's an ideal Juicer to suit any location or establishment | we suggest:

For Freshly Squeezed Orange Juice | ZUMEX  [-]
■  Small operations | Minex or Versatile Pro   
■  Medium operations | Versatile Pro or Versatile Pro Podium
■  Large operations | Speed Pro or Speed Pro Podium

For Freshly made, mixed Juices | RUBY or ZUMEX [-]
■  Small operations | MultiFruit by Zumex
■  Medium operations |  MultiFruit or Ruby 2000 III
■  Large operations | Ruby 2000 III

For Frozen served, Granitas or Slushies | COFRIMELL [-]
■  Small operations | KreamLine1 or 2 (single or twin bowl)
■  Medium operations | KreamLine2 or Oasis2 (twin bowl)
■  Large operations | Oasis2 or Oasis3 (twin or triple bowl)


Please refer to the attached document for a few examples of what profits can be achieved from fresh juice. For the purpose of this example we used a 375ml cup that sell for an average of $5.50 (included in this are: $0.15 for the cost of the cup, lid and straw. It does NOT include labour costs) - Fruit prices based on Sydney Markets - July 2016

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  • GUARANTEED ongoing profits for minimal initial outlay. (repay your investment in less than 12 months)
  • Customers will love the availability of fresh juice which could make visits to your store more frequent.
  • A visual display of the fresh juice being prepared can increase overall sales to new and existing customers.
  • Natural fresh juice can contribute to a healthy diet.
  • Advantageous to your business – it will set you apart from other local stores.