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In futures trading, the maintenance margin a trader must keep in an account in order to be able to keep a position open.
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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
US researchers compared, for the first time, 100% fruit juices with sugar-sweetened beverages such as cola and lemonade.
The researchers, including from Emory University in Atlanta and Cornell University in New York, said: "These results suggest higher consumption of sugary beverages, including fruit juice, is associated with increased mortality.
Standard fruit juices often are produced from concentrate, and may include added preservatives.
And I think pure fruit juice is definitely the way to go.'
'Most commercial juices are processed and lack nutrition, but cold-pressed fruit juices are packed with vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients that are good for you,' says James Khoza of the South African Chefs Association.
While flavour and shelf-life were not found to be influential attributes to the price of fruit juice in most of the above empirical studies, consumer preferences for it vary by country.
The researchers said it was a good idea to drink only one small glass of fruit juice a day.
The CCP conducted an inquiry after receiving a formal complaint that various fruit juice manufactures were running deceptive marketing campaigns for their products containing claims such as '100% Pure and Natural,' 'Rich in Vitamins' and 'No added sugar, colours or preservatives.'
In addition, no more than 4 ounces of fruit juice per day should be given to toddlers aged 1-3 years, and no more than 4-6 ounces to children aged 4-6 years.
In the past, the American Academy of Pediatrics had advised parents to avoid 100 per cent fruit juice for babies younger than 6 months.