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Harley suggested that parents should give their children fruit juice as a treat once a week, for example on Saturdays.
The United States is by far the world's largest import market for fruit juices and remained so over the 1985-89 period, although its share of the world total has fallen from 31% to 23% during the last five years.
After the worldwide summary in Chapter 2 of both imports and exports of vegetable and fruit juices excluding those made from citrus fruits, Chapter 3 goes into detail on imports, but for each major country of origin serving the United States.
The producer and distributor had claimed that the fruit juice had been produced from selected natural herbs which could improve sexual performance of men and women," the source added.
Exports of fruit juices moved up from about $1 billion to $2.
FRUIT juice should be banned from the family dinner table to protect children, experts said yesterday.
Popkin, a distinguished professor at the department of nutrition at the University of North Carolina, told the Guardian that smoothies and fruit juice are the new danger.
EATING blueberries, grapes, apples and pears cuts the risk of type 2 diabetes but drinking fruit juice can increase it, new research has found.
Well, make sure that automatic door is in working order because officials at Tree Top have done just that with Tree Top Reduced Sugar Fruit Juice.
The Middle East is a hot market for the fruit juice industry, according to the latest TGI surveys conducted by PARC (Pan Arab Research Company), in partnership with Kantar Media.
The amending Directive aims to bring the Directive on fruit juices and certain similar products intended for human consumption into line with the international standards, in particular regarding quality factors and labelling requirements for fruit juices and similar products, set out in the Codex Standard for fruit juices and nectars and the Code of Practice of the European Fruit juice Association (AIJN).