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We manufacture orange pulp cells using oranges cultivated near the Mediterranean Sea, which is known for its warm climate during the day and cold during the night. Orange pulp cells are applied in food industry applications, fruit beverages, ice creams, dairy products, jams, bakery, ready meals and soft drinks. They are also used to give body to orange juices, ice creams and certain blends.
Properties and Benefits of Orange Pulp Cells Brazilian Type
The citrus cells used to make the orange pulp are 100% natural and are obtained by separating the orange pulp of freshly squeezed juice of mature oranges from the cells. Then the orange pulp cells are purified and frozen to ensure conservation. As such, it should be stored at cool temperatures of -18 degrees Celsius to maintain quality. The orange pulp is free of alcohol, preservatives, colour, essences and additives. And, since it does not have preservatives, the Orange pulp does not contain sulphur dioxide. Orange pulp cells are manufactured according to the General Principles of Food hygiene required by the Codex Alimentarius Commission.
Orange Pulp Cells Brazilian Type-Experienced Manufacturer
Oranges are known to deteriorate quickly especially at high temperatures. As a result, we reduce the collection and processing time as the manufacturing plant is located near the croplands where the fruits are harvested. It results in high-quality orange pulp juice with intense flavour and freshness. The fruits are processed in state-of-the-art facilities, which coupled with high-quality logistics, allow us to provide the best services to our customers. The juices are then packaged for worldwide supply. Based on client needs, the fruit may be sent aseptic or frozen and in different types of containers- bins, tankers and various size bag-in-boxes. Apart from the Orange Pulp Cells Brazilian type, we produce lemon milled pulp cells, mandarin orange cells, lemon pulp cells, clementine orange cells, orange milled pulp cells and mandarin orange milled cells.
- 3/20 Kg
- 180-200 Kg
Orange Pulp Cells