Get yourself to the Pickering flea market !
There is a thriving and I mean thriving juicer/shake maker there..
food court by doors...
Stand around, have one, yummy, watch and learn !!!
The market is online, google it.
In Bowmanville someone opened up a natural shake shop, it flopped due to high overhead. Flea Markets have people coming there already, so they get thirsty wandering around looking at things.
Two days a week, smaller overhead, inside and or outside.
Look also to the Ninja prep master pro, on sale at Canadian Tire sometimes for as little as $45 - I bought one.. it is a mans blender that one! Look at the pics, you will see why!
kijiji and craigslist all have juicers for sale all the times, sometimes they are free or next to free as well. I paid $5 for one, but the opening was so tiny, def not the way to go!
BBC program called the Edible Garden - youtube it.. one episode she set up in a Flea Market, they juiced apples using a homemade contraption. Using drill etc.. it failed, but.. failure is only a lesson and the next version would be better !! Watch it, watch all 12 in the series ... BBC it as well..
Some Farmers Markets out in Durham Region, different days, different locations. Small generators, with mufflers attached, running inside a sound barrier setup, using extension cords. Don't sweat it until you see the one in Pickering first, watch them inside, watch what they do, learn....
then... go on to other inside or outside stuff !!
Since I have been living off grid for 3 yrs now, when you have seen some other setups, then pm/email me and I will tell you how to go about setting up in an outdoor area with no electriciy. Been there done that before. In BC I used to go to Rodeos and other events, do photography and sell on site, so I can help you with some things to know so you do not make same mistakes I made.
ps.. skip the cash box... use the apron or fanny pouch... much simpler, on person... less chance of someone grabbing it and O so much cheaper as well, plus lightweight.
hope I helped out here!