What if you could work less and make more money?
If I told you there was a way to get more out of your produce while decreasing your labor inputs, you’d want to know right?
Well, lucky for you, you’re in the right place.
Processing fruit can mean grueling hours of manual labor only to receive minimal yields. But it doesn’t have to be that way! We’ve worked with clients all over North America to ensure they’re getting every last drop out of their fruits and vegetables.
How does it work?
We work with an Austrian manufacturer, Kreuzmayr, who has developed one of the most efficient systems for juice extraction. These are called belt presses, featuring high tension belts that take the ground pomace and squeeze it in a continuous fashion to collect the juice in the pan below it. This hands-off approach requires minimal supervision and allows the user to juice in a continuous process, unlike a batch process like other traditional accordion presses would require.
Due to the high tension belts, the mash is squeezed over a large surface area which ensures a high yield. That high yield is directly tied to your bottom line so the higher yield you receive, the more profitable your product can be.
ROI Calculation Example
For example, lets say you process 10,000 kg of produce per day. The amount of juice you get from that produce is 6500 L/day, a yield of 65%. Your yearly production takes place over 200 working days, producing 1,300,000 L of juice annually. By investing in a Kreuzmayr K2B 1250 double belt press, your yield would increase by 4%. This increase in yield directly affects the amount produced which would be an increase of 260 L per day. Annually, this would amount to 400,000 L. Let’s assume you package the juice in 500 mL bottles, and that you make 2$ per bottle of profit. With the increased production from the higher yield, your gain would be $1040 each day. This was calculated by taking the 260 extra L produced, multiplying by 2 because your containers are 500 mL, and then multiplying by the amount made on each bottle, the $2 stated earlier. To get the annual perspective, this is $208,000 gained from strictly the increase in yield. This number does not account for the regular amount of sales, just profit from the increase in yield! Want to see how we can do this for you? Fill out the form above.