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High-Tech Luxury Juice Start-Up Faces Low-Tech Problem

The company Juicero sells bagged juice and expensive high-tech presses, but customers realized they could squeeze the juice by hand. Lynn Neary talks with Bloomberg's Olivia Zaleski about the company.

Juicero CEO defends 'experience' of his $400 machine

juicero ceo defends 'experience' of his $400 machine
Jeff Dunn, the CEO of Juicero, defended his company's product on Thursday after it became apparent that consumers could simply use their hands to squeeze juice out of a bag.

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News video: Tech Week in Review: Netflix, F8 Conference and Juicero

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Apr.21 -- Bloomberg's Brad Stone and Techonomy CEO David Kirkpatrick review the big tech stories from the past week. They speak with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde on "Bloomberg Technology."
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News video: Do You Need a $400 Juicer?

Do You Need a $400 Juicer? 00:59

Apr.18 -- One of the most lavishly funded gadget startups in Silicon Valley last year was Juicero Inc. It makes a juice machine. The device transforms single-serving packets of finely chopped fruits..
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Juicero: Juicing boss defends $400 machine

juicero: juicing boss defends $400 machine
Juicero ridiculed after it emerges sachets of ingredients can be squeezed just as easily by hand.
BBC News

Hard-pressed Juicero boss defends $400 IoT juicer after squeezing $120m from investors

The Register

Juicero: ill liquid

Food safety innovation looks insufficient to save day at a well-backed juice start-up

Juicero Inc: Silicon Valley startup horrified by discovery of basic fault with $400 juicer

Founder Doug Evans once labelled himself the Steve Jobs of juicing but realisation that machine's bags can simply be squeezed with bare hands leaves investors incensed

Is the $400 Silicon Valley Juicero juice machine a scam?

is the $400 silicon valley juicero juice machine a scam?
Juicero, a Silicon Valley start-up that was hailed as the 'Keurig for juice', appears to be a rotten scam.

Would you spend £500 on a juicer?

Love fresh juice but don't want to deal with peeling and chopping? Got half a grand to spare? Perhaps the Juicero - a new Wi-Fi enabled juicer - is the answer.

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