Omega, which began business as Olympic Products back in 1985, is built on the solid foundation of twenty years of previous experience in the juicing industry by its founder, Robert Leo. Leo attributes the overwhelming success of the Omega brand to his company’s commitment to listen to customers’ juicing requirements and allow design and function to be driven by the feature list demanded by consumers.
By the time Omega was acquired by The Legacy Companies in 2009, it had expanded its range of foodservice appliances to include blenders, food processors, granita mixers and drink dispensers, but it is the comprehensive lineup of innovative juicers that have brought Omega the respect of the industry.
Omega remains the only label to offer four different technological approaches to juicing in order to meet every possible client expectation: the centrifugal, masticating, citrus and pulp-ejecting models. The most popular of these machines are highlighted below.
Two models are available, the 1000 and the 9000, differing only in the choice of a white polycarbonate or polished stainless steel finish. These juicers outclass other centrifugal machines by virtue of their quiet induction motors, wide capacity feed chutes, increased juice yields of 20% to 30% over comparable products, and an almost unprecedented ten year warranty.
Omega Juicers boasts two different styles of masticating machines, the “Vert” Series which comprises three juicer models, and the “Nutrition Center” Series which consists of an additional four models.
The “Vert” machine is a true masticating juicer producing the highest quality of juice without the risk of oxidizing nutrients and losing vitality. The vertical format is a departure from conventional masticators, but the “Vert” features fine and coarse pulp screening, efficient wheatgrass juicing, and a self-cleaning function. Sleek and upright with a contemporary look, this juicer is designed to handle commercial situations stylishly.
The “Nutrition Center” models have all the health advantages of other masticating juicers, with the bonus of attachments that can produce soy milk, nut butters, baby purees, extruded pasta and frozen treats.
An extra feature is the continuous pulp ejection, avoiding the need to stop processing to remove accumulated pulp.
Simplicity is the key to Omega’s popular and efficient citrus juicer. Designed for continuous use in professional situations the juicer is available in white or stainless, and can be taken apart for cleaning and reassembled in mere seconds.
Pulp Ejector Models
These are Omega’s great all-rounders, based on the advanced technology of their centrifugal models, but with compact styling, continuous juice production, and large pulp receptacle that can be quickly emptied with minimal interruption to the processing of fresh produce.
The series includes a total of four models, including the “Mega Mouth” machines that can take larger sized potions into the feed chute, reducing cutting time. These are dual purpose machines, having the capacity, quality of engineering, and ten year warranty of a commercial appliance, while being attractive enough to grace the bench-top of any modern domestic kitchen.
Omega Juicers have earned their reputation for excellence in home and commercial juicing solutions through sheer innovation, robustness and value. A product lineup with a pedigree like Omega’s is unique, and yet even on price Omega has been able to hold their market share against all comers. With the backup of ten and fifteen year warranties, Omega’s customers can make the purchase of a new juicer with rare confidence.