Equipment for extraction and processing of soft and pome fruit juices
Fruit can be delivered fresh, frozen or from chilled storage to the fruit juice processor. The method of handling is dictated by the form in which it is received. Fresh fruit such as apples and pears are easily handled by the use of water or conveyor belts but soft fruit such as raspberries and strawberries are often received frozen requiring a defrost process prior to enzyming and pressing.
KeywordsFruit Juice Soft Fruit Juice Extraction Pack Press Centrifugal Evaporator
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