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What is juice not from concentrate?

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2010-05-31 22:47:49
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Well, juice from concentrate is juice that has had its flavour concentrated, almost like the juice has been compressed, or squashed so that there is more flavour per square centimeter.

Non-concentrate is just juice straight from the fruit.

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No. Lemon juice from concentrate is concentrated lemon juice that has been diluted to natural strength. Lemon juice concentrate is just that - concentrated lemon juice.


It means you have to concentrate on it for it to turn into juice


clear apple juice concentrate and cloudy apple juice concentrate. Pectin and starch are removed during the production process to produce clear apple juice concentrate. Cloudy apple juice concentrate's appearance arises as a result of evenly-distributed small pulp suspensions in the juice concentrate.


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The disadvantages of juice made from concentrate over fresh is the lost of nutrients in the process, but the 100% concentrate juice just as good as fresh juice.


Juice from concentrate is essentially the same as regular juice, except that it is (or was, for packaging purposes) missing much of its water. When this water is added back into the concentrate, the resulting juice is labeled "from concentrate." The nutritional information, if nothing else about the juice has changed, is the same as 100% juice that has not been reconcentrated.


Juice from concentrate is a sugar based product that is reduced to juice for by adding delutant liquid, such as water.


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No worse than juice not-from-concentrate. To concentrate a juice, you are only removing some of the water from it. When you later "make" the juice, you add water back to it.


IT IS THE JUICE FROM A FRUIT WITH THE MAJORITY OF WATER REMOVED.


about 1 tablespoon can be used of concentrate.


Lemon juice from concentrate does contain vitamin C, although considerably less than fresh lemon juice.


Yes, check the bottle's directions for diluting the concentrate for the equivalent amounts of juice.


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pure black cherry juice. not the juice but the concentrate.


Concentrate juice is usually extremely sweet and would be difficult to drink as is. You must dilute with water to make a more drinkable juice. The advantage is that you can control how sweet you want it to be. If you buy juice already diluted from a concentrate, it's usually weaker than what you would have it if you diluted it yourself. Usually, companies will pre-mix a juice and make it weak just to get the most out of the concentrate and thus maximise revenue/profits.


They concentrate juice so they don't have to ship the weight of the water. This juice is more reasonable because you don't have the same shipping weight. You add the water yourself.


Ususally 3 cans of water to one can of juice concentrate....or what the label instructs.


Grape Juice from Concentrate (Filtered Water, Grape Juice Concentrate), Grape Juice, Maltodextrin (Dietary Fiber), Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) - Taken from Welch's 100% Grape Juice (with added fibre)


Probably less orange juice...the thing is that the concentrate is thicker and has more flavor.


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Is there. Any pulp in ReaLemon 100 % Lemon Juice


Apparently they are two separate terms for the same item : lemon juice that has been returned to its approximate natural strength after being processed as a concentrate.



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