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July 13, 2009


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Great post. I've always wondered about this. Marketing at its best aimed right at the consumable consumer.

What about the level of nutrients in Minute Maid/Tropicana vs freshly squeezed? Is there a significant difference?

Lunds' freshly squeezed juice should be used within a week of purchase, said a Lunds produce manager.

i have hep c and want to drink fresh juices where can i go

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Well A (BIG THANKS)for that information.Now we know what we did not know befor..Geno

i like to read your posts. thanks for this one.

Well, this is a very good information for us that very less people know. A Big Thanks for it. In fact, freshly squeezed juice must be used within a week of purchase for the consumption of any Vitamin that has contained in it.

Well its all nice to know, but the fact is that the taste of Tropicanna and especially Simply Orange is just waaaaaaaay better than no-name brands or local brands. That's why tropicana has 65% of the market. I tried all the alternate orange juices and always come back to Simply Orange or Tropicana if Simply is not available.
And in my country, there are no local oranges brand because there are no orange trees anywhere! Hehe so Trop and Simply are the bests.

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which is better for you concentrate or not from concentrate? is there a nutrients difference when the solvent gets taken out from the natural orange juice?thats what i dont understand is there a big difference apart from the mixture of it

Seems like you really know to handle things better now.

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Good to know

Good work,hope your blog be better!I just want to make a blog like this!

The level of its nutrients is outstanding.

Seems like you really know to handle things better now.

You really make it seem so easy with your presentation but I find this topic to be really something which I think I would never understand. It seems too complicated and very broad for me. I am looking forward for your next post, I will try to get the hang of it!

Nowadays, it's so difficult to know what's what. Like you have pointed out even though it's not fresh orange, they find a way to make it taste and feel fresh, so we can't really tell.

NFC "more expensive to manufacture" (than reconstituted from concentrate)? It's harvested!
There's an other myth from the industry.

I squeeze my own oranges, thank you very much!

Everything started when my flatmate decided to argue with me that Tropicana Orange Juice is from concentrate (I think this article is one of the evidence that it is NOT)but now I read that all the extra money I have spent in the last ten years buying juice NOT from concentrate was not worthy. In fact, let's face the reality, can we believe that the orange juice that is coming from Spain or the mango juice from some tropical country can really travel THAT far and remain drinkable without adding some processed stuff? Another self-illusion destroyed. I think I have so much to learn and still try to understand what I am doing 8-9 hrs per day sitting at the desk of this office. Hmmm... Maybe it is just part of the process to get where I am meant to be... OK, let's work!! Have a good day buddies!

The difference is, the Not From Concentrate juice taste 1000% better...

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