Juice Processing Methods

Freshly-Squeezed Juice

Freshly squeezed juice is made from whole fruit or vegetables that are pressed or squeezed to extract the juice and is not pasteurized. Freshly squeezed juice should always be kept under refrigeration and should carry the following warning label required …

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Juice from Concentrate

Concentrated juice simply means that the water has been extracted from the juice to make storage easier. Water is added back in before drinking. There is no difference nutritionally between juice from concentrate and other types of 100% juice. Label …

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Not from Concentrate Juice

Juices labeled “not from concentrate” are made by pressing or squeezing the fruits or vegetables to extract the juice. Not from concentrate juices are then pasteurized for safety. There are no nutritional differences between 100% juices not made from concentrate …

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Cold-Pressed Juice

The main difference between cold-pressed juice and other types of juice is how it is made. Cold-pressed juices are extracted without heat, and use high pressure processing (HPP) as an alternative to conventional heat pasteurization. Label may say: Cold-pressed juice