NFC stands for ‘Not from Concentrate’ which no doubt you will have noticed written on the fruit juices in your local supermarket.
What is the difference between Concentrate and NFC Juices?
For many years people have been left confused about the difference between concentrate and not from concentrate juices, so we are here to let you know once and for all what the differences are!
Not from concentrate
For juices such as orange or apple juice to be labelled as “not from concentrate” all of the water in the product must be kept. The NFC juice process involves pasteurising the fruit, extracting any oils from the peel and then adding to the juice afterwards to add to the overall flavour.
The only difference with this process is that the water is removed from the fruit so that it can be sold either as a pure form, or water is re-added at a later stage. One of the benefits of a from concentrate juice is that it is easier for companies to transport and ship.
What type of beverages are typically NFC?
• Fruit Juices
• Carbonated soft drinks
• Still drinks
Want to find out more about the NFC Juices we can offer you?
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