Concentration of Apple Juice

Apple juice and other fluid foods are concentrated in order to reduce their volume and weight; this reduction results in lower costs of packaging, storage, and transportation

M. A. Rao

2012

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  • Apple juice and other fluid foods are concentrated in order to reduce their volume and weight; this reduction results in lower costs of packaging, storage, and transportation
  • In recent years, concentrated apple juice has become an important item of international commerce with large quantities of 72-┬░Brix juice being exported to the United States from West Germany, Argentina, South Africa, the Netherlands, France, and Chile
  • The quantity of concentrated apple juice imported into the United States in 1983 amounted to the equivalent of 592.7 million liters of single-strength juice

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