No matter how much you like cold-pressed juice, it was hard to make an argument for actually buying the Juicero, a WiFi-connected juicer. The product, which originally sold for $699, turned proprietary, barcoded fresh fruit and vegetable packets into juice. Now Juicero is going out of business, and these machines will likely become pricey doorstops.Seemed like a bad idea …
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SEPTEMBER 20, 2013
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - INNOVATIVE BUSINESS IDEAS & SOLUTIONS INC
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