Consumer Voice - - Comparativ­e Test -

Ther­mally pro­cessed fruit juices (canned, bot­tled, flex­i­ble and/or asep­ti­cally packed) means un­fer­mented but fer­mentable prod­uct – pulpy, tur­bid or clear – in­tended for di­rect con­sump­tion. These are ob­tained by a me­chan­i­cal process from sound, ripe fruit or the flesh thereof, and pro­cessed by heat, in an ap­pro­pri­ate man­ner, be­fore or after be­ing sealed in a con­tainer, so as to pre­vent spoilage. The juice may have been con­cen­trated and later re­con­sti­tuted with wa­ter suit­able for the pur­pose of main­tain­ing the essen­tial com­po­si­tion and qual­ity of the juice.

Score Rat­ing: >90: very good*****, 71–90: good****, 51–70: av­er­age***, 31–50: poor**, up to 30: very poor* Note: Due to lim­i­ta­tion of test method­ol­ogy, per­cent­age of juice con­tent was not quan­ti­fied.

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