As the apple juice industry grapples with rising prices and increased global demand, the strategic adoption of apple concentrate emerges as a smart solution for businesses seeking cost-effective alternatives without compromising on quality.
Pureed products are the star solution when our customer is looking for an exceptional citrus taste and smell. How are they different from purees? What are the benefits?
Why rely on Lemonconcentrate for this type of product?
The citrus market has increased exponentially in 2023. We are in a situation where countries like China and Brazil are leading a market that has more and more demand and less supply. Lemonconcentrate solution? Listening to consumers and developing new product lines to meet their needs.
The tendency in Europe is to reduce the quantity of sugar added to food or use sugar from natural sources. An alternative option to traditional sugars is to use sugars derived from fruit or, in other words, deionized fruit juice concentrates. Read here the complete Deonized Juice article.
Winemakers use varietal grape concentrates before or during fermentation to increase final alcohol content, after-fermentation to raise residual sugar levels, and just before bottling to stabilize color. In fact, grape concentrate enhances the taste of grape wines Read here the complete Grape Concentrate article.
Most of the juices in our market are reconstituted from juice concentrate. The generalized belief that concentrated juice is something artificial, not natural, is a mistake! Read here the complete Fruit Juice Concentrates article.
There is no denying that the current whole food movement is encouraging people to increase their consumption of vegetables and fruits which is a good thing. This shift has led to producer’s creating and providing health-conscious consumers with fruit and vegetable powder which offer a wide range of advantages. Read here the complete Dry Products: Vegetable Powders article.
Consumers of dairy milky products in search of a healthy lifestyle have greatly increased. This has forced the dairy food market to come up with some trends that include understanding the consumer’s values and needs. The following are some of the trends in the milk dairy products. Read here the complete Milky Products article.
One Plus Water is a fruit concentrate manufactured and supplied by Lemonconcentrate, ready to dilute in water (5, 6 or 7 parts of water, depend on the flavour and the consumer’s taste) to give a delicious fruit juice drink with 15 flavours to choose, ideal for cocktails, mocktails, iced drinks or sorbets. Furthermore, One Plus Water is perfect to use without dilution directly on desserts, ice creams, frozen yogurts, salads and other food applications. It’s available in 1 liter or 330 ml. You can visit the www.onepluswater.com to find out more about it.
Plant milks have been consumed for centuries in various cultures, but their popularity has increased during the past decade. People choose plant milks over dairy milk for a variety of reasons. Whether it is for their nutritional value, animal welfare reasons, lower environmental impact, to avoid lactose or dairy milk allergens, or simply out of preference, there are many great options to try. Alternatives such as almond milk, pistacho milk, soya milk, spelt milk or hazelnut milk. Read here the complete Non-Dairy Products article.
More often is the Yuzu fruit considered a cross breed between a Mandarin Orange, grapefruit and lime mainly because it has a noticeably fragrant nature with a tart like citrus taste that is comparable to the three fruits combined. Yuzu is not only known for its unique flavour, but also recognised for its richness in Vitamin C and antioxidants. The nutrients provide a myriad of solutions to health problems such as; the preventing chronic illnesses, inhibiting the formation of blood clots, raising the immune system and the reduction of body inflammation. Read here the complete Yuzu Juice Concentrate article.
Coconut water is a naturally pure, delicious, and easily digestible source of electrolyte minerals. We should drink it for quick hydration because it has many of the same electrolytes as our blood. It is low in sugar and is a 100% juice that is low in heavy metals. It contains the electrolytes sodium, potassium, phosphorous, and magnesium, which are efficiently absorbed by the body. Coconut water partly eliminates the need for mineral replenishment as it is a good source of potassium. Among all juice ingredients, coconut water at single-strength has the lowest brix content compared to its cost-in-use. Other low-brix juices such as cranberries, lemon, and lime are much more expensive and have overwhelmingly high acidity. Read here the complete Coconut Water article.
High Pressure Processing (HPP) is a non-thermal technology able to extend the shelf life of previously packaged foods, inactivating pathogens and spoilage microorganisms. As such, it helps retain many of the qualities of the fresh food product that would otherwise be altered by traditional thermal processing. We offer a wide range of HPP products (fruit juices and fruit purees, vegetable juices and vegetable puree and extract juices) and different packaging options. Read here the complete HPP Products article.
Tea is one of the most classic beverages we have around. With different communities brewing their tea differently, each one of them can trace a tea tradition from their ancestors. Recently the trend in tea products is changing with people coming up with more innovative ways of making tea and consumers looking for a new experience and not being afraid to try out new flavors in the market. Read here the complete Tea Products article.
Pomegranate is popular in the natural beauty industry, where the antioxidant and polyphenol-rich oil is treasured. Pomegranate remains recognized and valued as a popular and powerful nutrient-rich food source today. It is consumed for its vitamin-rich nutrients, protecting antioxidants and polyphenols, and the seeds are known to be high in dietary fiber. Pomegranates are also commonly used as flavoring and colorant – grenadine syrup, for example is made of the juice of pomegranates. There are many great reasons to use pomegranate oil in your natural skincare products, so many in fact that is often called ‘the divine fruit’ because of its wonderful nutritional and beauty benefits. The fruit is known to be rich in antioxidants and health-benefiting nutrients, and has really increased in popularity the past several years due to its particular health benefits relating to heart disease and coronary improvements. Read here the complete Pomegranate Oil article.
The coconut is crazy versatile. Chefs use coconut as oil, butter, milk, water, cream, sugar, flakes, even flour, but this shape-shifting utility isn’t limited to the kitchen—it’s just as great behind the bar. Making a cocktail with coconut is an easy way to give a drink a Caribbean twist and a sweet, oily, salivation-inducing complexity. Read here the complete Coconut Drinks article.
Rich in vitamin C, potassium, low-calories, high number of antioxidants, pomegranate is an extremely healthy fruit.
Research shows that pomegranates can help prevent or treat various disease risk factors, including high blood pressure, high cholesterol, oxidative stress, hyperglycemia and inflammation. Pomegranates have even been shown to provide anticarcinogenic effects. What about pomegranate nutrition? They’re loaded with fiber, vitamin C, vitamin K and potassium. Another list the pomegranate makes — the top 10 aphrodisiac foods.
Do you still need another reason to try pomegranate seeds? Pomegranate juice (made from pomegranate seeds) has been shown to have antioxidant activity three times higher than red wine and green tea. Read here the complete Pomegranate Seeds article.
Drinking aloe vera replenishes your body naturally with a huge range of nutrients. It contains approximately 200 active components including – vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, B12, C, E, folic acid and Niacin. It helps treat intestinal issues and builds immunity. The plant is good for the heart too – it aids in cholesterol and blood pressure reduction. Other benefits include balancing the body’s pH levels, improving skin health, and treating bad breath. It can even stimulate the uterus and improve menstrual conditions. In fact, aloe vera juice had been mentioned in ayurvedic texts too. As per ayurveda, aloe vera juice can benefit the eyes and help prevent various eye disorders. It also is useful in treating jaundice and bronchitis. Read here the complete Aloe Vera Drinks article.
Energy drinks or functional beverages are one of the hottest markets in the food and beverage industry. Functional beverages include sports and performance drinks, energy drinks, ready to drink teas, enhanced fruit drinks, soy beverages and vitamin waters among others. These drinks have become popular due to their appeal to consumers who are seeking unique health benefits offered by the specific drinks. Many functional beverages are promoted with benefits such as improving heart health, immunity, digestion, joint function, energy and satiety. Read here the complete Functionality Energy article.
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