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fruit juice

The liquid expressed when fruit is compressed. Fruit juice contains water, vitamin C, sugars, pulp, minerals such as calcium, and varying amounts of acid and other biologically active chemicals.
See also: juice
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Fruit juices can be frozen into pops without added ingredients.
Intake of fruit juices was positively associated with incidence of type 2 diabetes.
The scientists said, "Intake of fruit juices was positively associated with incidence of type 2 diabetes.
International printed 'Mango 100%' and 'Pure Fruit Juice' on the packaging of its fruit juice 'Topix', Sunland Foods claimed '100% Pure Guava Juice', '100% Pure Mango Juice', 'Rich in Vitamin C' and 'Natural Flavors, No Artificial Colors,' on the packaging of its fruit juice 'Fruit Farm' and; Maaher Food Industries labelled 'From 100% Pure Fruits' on the packaging of its fruit juice 'Country'.
In a study of 168 children aged either 2 years or 5 years, consumption of 12 fluid ounces or more per day of fruit juice was associated with short stature and with obesity (Pediatrics.
The new recommendations may surprise parents who thought 100 per cent fruit juice was healthy for babies, or nutritionally equivalent to fruit itself.
SAFJA is in continued consultation with the National Treasury on behalf of the fruit juice industry in order to debate the introduction of a sugar tax.
10) Lower SES may therefore be associated with higher fruit juice consumption because of juice's affordability to the consumer.
Packed fruit juice samples collected from retail shops and vendors were analyzed for total viable counts (TVC), total staphylococcal counts (TSC), total coliform counts (TCC) and Salmonella-Shigella detection.
The companies offered to sell Hains own-label freshly squeezed fruit juice business to Multiple Marketing Ltd, a company with over 30 years of experience in the UK fruit juice industry, primarily producing From Concentrate and Not From Concentrate juices.
Experts now want parents to treat fruit juices as they would fizzy drinks.
Other fruits such as bananas, plums, peaches and apricots had a negligible impact but drinking fruit juice increased the risk by 8%, according to the study.