When juicing, you need a masticating, slow juicer like this one by Omega or this larger output one by Omega. If you use a centrifuge juicer the heat from the motor destroys the photonutrients and enzymes from the fruits and vegetables.
When you can’t make fresh juice, a dehydrated form of fruit and veggies that you can just add water back to is the next best option. The best quality (organic, non-gmo, no added sugars or fillers) and most economical source I have found is Kencko. Check them out here and save 10% on your first order.
If you love dairy milk, I highly recommend looking for a local dairy farm you can purchase raw dairy from. They are around but you may have to hunt and drive to find them. Since being on raw diary, we have NO issues with diary products and can make our own butter and yogurt from this yummy, locally organic source.
If you prefer alternative plant-based milks, then consider a milk maker. These are far more cost effective for pure nut, oat or seed based milk without the fillers and preservatives.