Friday, 25 August 2017

​​​​​​​​​Mango Tetra Pack In Juice, nectar & still drinks

Tetra Pak Juice, nectar and still drinks are three categories of drinks with so many variants that all consumers, regardless of age, lifestyle and taste preferences, can find their favorites. Common to them all is that, to varying degrees, they contain the

mango juice tetra pack​​

or extract from fruit, vegetables or herbs. What the final product can be called is regulated by national and regional food legislation, but with some variation.
Natural Mango juice

​​​​​​​​​Mango Tetra Pak Juice - 100% fruit Juice:-
Juice contains only the natural ingredients contained in fruit and vegetables, i.e. fruit juice or fruit juice concentrate, water, natural flavorings and fruit pulp. Whether the juice comes from concentrate or not, it undergoes a mild pasteurization​ process before packaging to ensure that the consumer gets a safe, high quality product, without any risk of unwanted micro-organisms.

Mango JuiceProduct content and labeling of fruit juices are subject to different regulations that vary globally. In the USA there are standards set by the FDA and USDA, in the EU there are both mandatory directives and recommendations, and other regions may have a mixture of mandatory and voluntary standards.​

Within the beverage industry nectar is a fruit juice that is too thick to drink for example, from apricots, peaches and pears. The

mango juice​​

or rather the puree, must therefore be diluted with water and have sugar added to make it drinkable. The fruit juice content in nectar can vary between 25 and 99 per cent.​

Still drinks:-
The next step on the scale for less juice content is still drinks, namely fruit drinks with less than 25 per cent of fruit content. Some countries require that the juice content is stated on the package and others have a minimum requirement for juice content.

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