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Lemon Concentrate processes only fine, fresh apples to produce high quality apple syrup to be used in the manufacture of other fruit based products. It can be diluted with water in accordance with the Brix grades for the production of soft drinks. The apple syrup is supplied in our strong aseptic bags which are then packed into cone shaped drums fitted with plastic lids for secure transportation anywhere in the world. Ideally, the temperature of the syrup should be kept between 4 and 10 degrees Celsius.
Apple Syrup Manufacturer And Supplier
For more than fifty years, lemonconcentrate.com has supplied the food and drink industry with products manufactured from fresh fruit and vegetables of the highest quality. We have created an impressive global delivery service that is reliable and dependable.
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Properties & Benefits of Apple Syrup
Apples are one of the most beneficial fruits as they comprise many vitamins, minerals and enzymes that can help to correct irregularities in the body’s system. They are rich in the soluble fibre pectin which successfully removes toxic waste such as heavy metals and cholesterol helping to keep the arteries clear and lowers blood pressure. Pectin also helps the rate at which food is digested and ensures the system is kept hydrated. Apples are a source of calcium to strengthen the bones and iron for healthy blood, keeping the body well-balanced. Apples also have high levels of magnesium, manganese, phosphorous and potassium. Malic acid is important in using energy efficiently and regulating the rise of sugar in the blood which helps to combat diabetes. Apple skins in particular contain anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory enzymes such as quercetin, that help alleviate the symptoms of arthritis and allergies. It also assists lung function, protects the brain from dementia and helps the repair of sun damaged skin. Apples also contain vitamin C to aid the immune system and vitamin E to keep cells youthful.
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