Fruit Juice Concentrates

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Fruit juice concentrate is made by removing water from freshly squeezed fruit and vegetable juice. It is usually used as base stock for various food products. With less volume, it contains soluble solids of 65%-70%. Fruit juice concentrate process is a effective way to reduce packing and transportation cost. And it guarantee the consistent quality of end products. Meanwhile, with the increase of sugar and acid content, it is in favor of preservation.

Fruit Juice Puree

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Fruit puree retains all of the juice and a large proportion of the fibrous matter naturally found in the fruit. Only excess insoluble fibers are removed. Whilst it is generally the case that seeds or stones are also removed during processing, seeded variants of some purees are available. Generally, fruit purees are thick, smooth products which have been processed such that the insoluble fibrous parts are broken up so as to be able to fit through a fine sieve. In some cases, the puree is pasteurised to reduce microbiological loading and increase shelf life.

Fruit Pieces & Pulps

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Fruit juice with pulp drinks is a type of drink prepared by NFC juice or concentrated juice, adding citrus fruits sacs, or the finely chopped pulp of other fruits, diluted with sugar, acid, water, etc. The content of the finished juice is not less than 100g/L, and the content of fruit pulp is not less than 50g/L. Fruit juice with pulp can be roughly divided into two types: one is fruit juice drink with citrus sacs; the other is a drink with peach, horseshoe, pineapple, mango, apple and other fruit slices or fruit flakes/particles.