Orange Juice

Orange juice is one of the healthiest drinks in the morning. In fact, one 8-ounce glass of 100 percent juice orange provides the essential vitamins and nutrients for good health and is also richer in nutrients than many commonly consumed 100 percent juices of fruits such as apples, grapes, pineapple and plum. By law, 100% orange juice is only of oranges with no added sugar or preservatives.

About 68 percent of orange juice in Canada from the United States. Using advanced technology, Florida is able to provide a constant supply of high quality orange juice about a year. For over 100 years, the orange juice was pasteurized for food safety, which is in strict compliance with all regulations of the USDA Food and Inspection Agency. When oranges are processed, natural ingredients like the taste of orange oil, orange peel and pulp can be separated from the orange juice. After the juice is pasteurized, these natural components of orange can be added to orange juice for the best flavor.

Since it seems I get an interview, I thought I would share my questions with you and see if you have some of your own to add:

1. "It is not from concentrate" (aka pasteurized) orange juice stored in millions of gallons aseptic storage tanks to ensure power supply throughout the year?

2. There is a process called de-aeration by most producers of citrus? Alissa Hamilton, compresses: What I do not know orange juice, says that this process will strip oxygen juice, as well as providing a taste of chemicals, so that will not corrode containers.

Third is mining of the "natural ingredients" of orange juice to change their molecular structures in any way?

4. Added flavor packets are made with orange juice after pasteurization processed so that it tastes like orange juice again? Ms. Hamilton said in an interview that the Toronto Star flavor packets "are derived from the essence and orange oils that are lost with orange juice during the process. Casas flavor breaking these gasoline and oils in their chemical components and return assembling the chemicals in the formulations that resemble nothing in nature. "

5th If yes to # 4: Do the packages contain particularly high concentrations taste of butyrate? A quick Internet search shows that butyrate is found in cigarettes and it lists as a material `dangerous'.

6. How-treated orange juice freshly squeezed last longer than without preservatives? Orange juice after only 3 days. A bit of orange juice has a 60 day!

7. Can you tell us something about the nutrition information you are comparing the treated fresh squeezed orange juice?

8. If not governed by the rule, would be the Florida Department of Citrus pasteurisation used? Some people wonder if the process is a risk to health or a safety feature (here an excellent article that considers both sides). Those against say that pasteurization kills the beneficial bacteria that aid digestion as well as harmful bacteria, many of the nutrients, enzymes, antibodies and hormones. The pasteurization, such as the CDC, I think it is effective in preventing outbreaks of foodborne diseases.


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