Fruit Juice ( FAO )

FRUIT JUICE

1.- Fruit juices and squash – general information

Classification

– JUICE –

Fruit juices are made from pure filtered fruit juice with nothing added. Sodium benzoate can be added as a preservative to extend the shelf life, but this is not essential. Properly pasteurised juice has a shelf life of several months. Most fruits can be used to make juice. The most popular ones are pineapple, orange, mango, grapefruit and passion fruit.

– SQUASH AND CORDIAL-

Squashes and cordials are concentrated, sweetened drinks made from a 30% mix of fruit pulp and sugar syrup. They are diluted before drinking. The sugar  concentration must be high enough (12-14%) to preserve the squash after the bottle has been opened.

-NECTAR-

Some juices, such as guava juice are not filtered after pulping. They are bottled and sold as fruit nectars.

2.- Processing details for fruit-juice production

Source: http://www.fao.org/3/a-au112e.pdf

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