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<p>It is pressed fruit, without added additives or sugars. Pure juice is close to the juice that you press yourself (the best for your health).</p>
<p>The shelf life and quality of these fruit juices vary depending on the type of pure juice:</p>
<li>Chilled fresh fruit juice: this juice sold in the fresh section has its nutritional qualities preserved with a slight loss of vitamins. It keeps longer than a freshly squeezed fruit juice.</li>
<li>Pasteurized juice: This juice can be kept longer than a chilled fruit juice and costs less. However, it has a higher vitamin loss, including 50% vitamin C, a modified taste and texture.</li>
<li>Freshly squeezed fruit juice: This fresh-run juice is obtained by cold pasteurization, also known as high pressure hydrostatic pressure (HPP). This technique allows the product to keep longer than refrigerated fresh fruit juice and preserve all its nutritional qualities. It still costs more than other fruit juices.</li>
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Good to know

Regardless of the type of fruit juice, once the package is opened, its storage is only a few days (4-5) in the refrigerator.
In accordance with the legislation, no fruit juice contains dyes or preservatives.
Some fruit juices are also labeled "guaranteed vitamin and / or mineral content". These mentions mean that these nutrients have been added to restore the initial levels of the fruit.


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