Il hwa (Andy) Song, European general director for NUC Electronics Group Europe, said: “Kuvings is entering an exciting phase as a business, investing heavily in R&D with some exciting product launches planned for the future. We were looking to partner with a reputable UK distributor who shared the same values as us and could build the brand in this fast-paced market. We are delighted to be working with UK Juicers.”
UK Juicers director Nick Ledger commented: “As a business, we have over 17 years’ experience of selling juicers, and other healthy products, and have always rated Kuvings as one of the most innovative manufacturers. We’re now looking forward to driving awareness of this brand and its exciting new product launches throughout the UK market, so that more consumers can enjoy quality products that will support healthy living.”
At the consumer electronics and home appliances trade show IFA 2018 (held from August 31 to September 5 in Berlin), Kuvings unveiled Motiv1. The product is billed as the world’s first juicer to incorporate IoT technology into thumb sensors which can accurately measure seven different body compositions. A mobile app then translates this data, enabling the juicer to prescribe tailor-made recipes. The app can also categorise recipes by different themes and align them with the user’s health goals.
Earlier this year, Kuvings unveiled its flagship EVO820 model: a slow juicer with an 82mm feed chute, described as the largest available on the market. This juicer joined the SV500 Vacuum Blender, which launched with the world’s first noise reduction cover.
To see the full range of Kuvings juicers available through UKJuicers.com, visit here.
L-r: Nick Ledger, director of UK Juicers; Il hwa (Andy) Song, European general director of NUC Electronics Group Europe