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Fruit Beverages

Shop a comprehensive range of pure fruit beverages available in Zambia

Shop a comprehensive range of pure fruit beverages available in Zambia from various suppliers and manufacturers below. Companies in this section aim to manufacture and supply convenient beverages that are low in sugar, nutrient-dense, taste great and are affordable to the community. Whether you like apple, orange, grape, mango or peach you will definitely find your drink. They are healthy and made from freshly squeezed juices, a major source of natural vitamins and micro-nutrients.

Natural fruit juices also falls in the category of RTS beverage. It may be defined as pure juice which is extracted from ripe and mature fruits and contain 100 percent fruit content. The juice is extracted by various methods and contains mainly sugars, acids, vitamins, minerals and other minor components.

They say juicing can reduce your risk of cancer, boost your immune system, remove toxins from your body, aid digestion and help you lose weight. However, there's no scientific evidence that extracted juices are healthier than the juice you get by eating the fruit or vegetable itself.

Health types of Juice

Cranberry. Tart and bright red, cranberry juice offers many benefits. ...

Tomato. Tomato juice is not only a key ingredient in Bloody Marys but also enjoyed on its own as a delicious and healthy drink. ...

  • Beet
  • Apple
  • Prune
  • Pomegranate
  • Acai berry
  • Orange

Fruit in drinks

Fruit. This category of cocktail garnish includes everything from an orange slice in an Aperol Spritz to cocktail cherries in a Manhattan to a wedge of pineapple in a Pina Colada.

Orange juice is a common breakfast beverage

A beverage is anything - water, soda, milk, or even juice. Juice is made from fruits and vegetables.

There is one bright spot: Fruit juice offers some nutrients. Studies show drinking no more than five ounces a day is linked to a lower risk of heart disease and stroke. So a small amount of fruit juice seems to be OK, but too much sugar from all sources — including juice — is linked to poor health outcomes.

The more concentrated sugar and calories in fruit juice can lead to obesity and inappropriate weight gain. Excessive weight gain is associated with high blood pressure, hypertension, stroke, diabetes and other negative health issues later in life.

Many different types of fruit and vegetable juices can help with digestive health, but a purple juice made from beets, apples, celery, ginger, peppermint, and apple vinegar is amongst the best. Celery juice is amongst the most popular ones.

According to a survey conducted in the United States in 2019, apple was the most appealing fruit juice flavor, with 69 percent of respondents claiming it was one of their favorite variations. Orange juice ranked in second place, with 63 percen