Clear apple juice concentrate is produced by performing the clarification process in the clarification tanks (also called enzyme tanks). With the addition of proper bond breaking enzymes and coagulant agents, the solid particles inside (pulp) the apple juice is forced to settle down at the bottom of the tanks, and the juice remaining at the upper part is subject to further filtration (rotary vacuum filtration and/or ultrafiltration) in order to obtain the clear apple juice. Then the clarified apple juice is subject to evaporation in order to make the clear apple juice concentrate. Majority of the consumers prefer clear apple juice over the cloudy one, because of its more attractive appearance. The longer shelf stability and the ability of evaporation up to higher concentrations, are the main reasons for the clear juice being preferred by the apple juice producers.
We would like to hear about your clear apple juice concentrate inquiries from 5 gallon pails (buckets), 55 gallon drums (barrels) and 220 gallon totes (IBC), and even up to much larger volumes for multiple truck load or container load quantities with a year-round supply.