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Fruit Juices and Nectars Market Global Information by Application (Beverages, Dairy and Food, Bakery, Confectionary and others), Fruit (Apple, Orange, Grapes, Pineapple, Pear and others), Distribution Channel (Store, Non-Store Based) and Region Forecast to 2024
These unique fruit juices are a first of their kind globally where fruits are combined with sugarcane juice that acts as a natural sweetener thereby replacing the need for refined sugar and water as is done in other packaged fruit drinks and beverages.
US researchers compared, for the first time, 100% fruit juices with sugar-sweetened beverages such as cola and lemonade.
Researchers from Emory University in Atlanta and Cornell University in New York said: "While 100 per cent fruit juices contain some vitamins and phytonutrients missing from most sugar-sweetened beverages, the predominant ingredients in both are sugar and water."
Q I keep seeing "cold-pressed" fruit juice on sale.
Bisi Abiola has urged Nigerians to embrace consumption of 100% fruit juice in order to reduce dehydration in this harmattan season.
People are becoming more aware of the nutrients, fibre, vitamins and minerals, as well as a plethora of antioxidants and other plant compounds in fruit juices, which is why more consumers are choosing them over carbonated drinks.
Fruit juices were made from specific or blend of different fruits such as mango, orange, apple, pineapple, blackcurrant, strawberry, passion.
ISLAMABAD -- In a recent research, a group of scientists have found that drinking fruit juice can increase the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Washington: The nation's top paediatricians are advising parents to stop giving fruit juice to children in the first year of life, saying the drink is not as healthful as many parents think.
Although fruit juices offer more nutritional benefit than fruit flavoured drinks, and 100% fruit juices have none of the added sugar that is present in sweetened fruit juices and fruit drinks, all three types of fruit beverages are considered sources of free sugars which show evidence of risk to health.
The present study was conducted to assess the microbial load of packed fruit juices and determine anti-bacterial activity of the preservatives used in preparation of these fruit juices.