"Emulsifier"?? What a strange name for a juicer. Emulsification is when you do something to something (like whip it a lot) so that parts that would normally, naturally separate will mix and cling to each other thus changing the whole texture of the things. Like making mayonnaise. Or making a creamier salad dressing. It's a kind of chemical reaction that occurs. When you do it with salad dressing it is usually temporary and isn't a "true" emulsification". When you do it to make mayonnaise it stays that way for a very long time. Many cosmetic creams are an emulsification of ingredients.
I just don't understand using the word for a juicer. Must just be a marketing gimmick to explain that they believe their juicer grinds the pulp up better than other juicers thus giving a "thick" product.
I'll have to look that one up.
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