Although there are many companies on the market today which are producing both centrifugal and masticating juicers, a few major names stand out among the most popular juicers on today’s market. In my research, I searched for the most popular juicers on the basis of their sales statistics and the ratings given to them by consumers in consumer reviews. It appears that Breville, Hamilton Beach, Omega, Black and Decker, Cuisinart, and Dash produce the best juicers in terms of function, price, and style.

The following is a collection of brief descriptions of each of these popular juicer brands. I feel it is important to know a little bit about a company before purchasing an important product from them. Personally, I research the companies from which I purchase any electronics, food, or food preparation product. If this information is also important to you, read on.


Founded in Australia in the 1930s, Breville formerly operated under the name of Housewares International. Their focus on small kitchen gadgets and appliances definitely shows as they rise to the top of the heap when it comes to popular juicer manufacturers. In fact, my research pulled up more Breville centrifugal juicers than any other brand.

Aside from juicers, Breville also produces a myriad of small kitchen appliances including but not limited to pizza ovens, coffee and espresso makers, blenders, deep fryers, toasters, and pressure cookers. Currently sold around the globe online, Breville also maintains headquarters in the United States, Canada, Australia, Europe, New Zealand, South Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East.

Hamilton Beach

While Hamilton Beach is quite a large name in the cookware and small appliance industry, their company website’s “About Us” section reveals very little about the origin of the company. What I have been able to find is that Hamilton Beach has its roots somewhere among the United States, Canada, and Mexico. One thing I do know for sure is that along with Breville Hamilton Beach is one of the most popular centrifugal juicer makers on the online marketplace.

Although Hamilton Beach also creates bread makers, blenders, rice cookers, steamers, and other small kitchen appliances, other companies under the Hamilton Beach umbrella produce air purifiers and other small home appliances meant for use outside of the kitchen.


Arguably the most popular name among masticating juicers, Omega claims to also offer centrifugal juicers which produce 20 to 30 percent more juice and less waste than competitors. Among the limited range of products offered by this company are juicers, blenders, and milkshake makers. Omega’s focus has long been set on the juicing world and is easily reflected in their high-quality products.

Established in 1985, Omega was once named Olympic Products. A proudly American company, Omega is currently owned and operated under the Legacy Companies umbrella, along with other notable brand names such as General Slicing and Maxximum.

Black and Decker

I have always struggled when typing or writing out the name for this company. I always ask myself, is it “Black and Decker,” “Black + Decker,” or “Black & Decker?” It turns out that they refer to themselves in all of the above-written ways on their own website, so I guess I have been worrying all this time for nothing.

However you choose to spell it, this company has been in operation for about 100 years. Established in Baltimore, Maryland, USA by two men (Mr. Black and Mr. Decker), the company opened its first major plant in 1917 to create machines which would apply caps to milk bottles.

Fast forward about 100 years and Black and Decker is still creating innovative tools – only nowadays for every part of your home instead of for major factories. From power tools and lawn care tools to home cleaning tools and small kitchen appliances, if it runs on electricity and is designed to make your life easier, chances are you could purchase it from Black and Decker.


Known for their wide range of kitchen appliances, Cuisinart is an American company originally inspired by French innovation in the early twentieth century. Founder Carl Sontheimer apparently witnessed the amazing abilities of French food processors and vowed to himself that he would bring this convenience to America.

Since its very beginnings, Cuisinart has been focused on inventiveness and innovation in the home and commercial kitchen. From pots and pans to forks and knives; from pizza ovens to toasters; from blenders and juicers to coffee makers and kettles – you can furnish your entire kitchen with Cuisinart cookware, cutlery, gadgets, and electronics.


Sharing the same parent company as Maytag, Dash appears to be a leading brand in citrus juicers. Don’t pigeon-hole them just yet, though, because they also create a plethora of other small kitchen appliances. One of the biggest concerns Dash has as a company is for the health and wellness of its consumers. It may not lead the pack in innovation or bring you the juicer with the most bells and whistles, but Dash puts its company heart and soul into providing small kitchen appliances which do the least damage to and maintain the most nutrients within your food.


The companies listed above create, without a doubt, the most popular centrifugal and masticating juicers available on today’s market. In my research, products made by each of those companies were featured multiple times on lists ranked by popularity and consumer happiness.

Still, they couldn’t hold down all of the top spots. Other companies included in this website’s product research and reviews are Epica, VonShef, Jack Lalanne, Maximatic.

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