If your [url=https://www.jimeimachinery.com/product/fruit-juice-production-line.html][u]Juice Processing Plant[/u][/url] is producing cold pressed juice, you need to make sure the bottle is compatible with HPP (High Pressure Pasteurization).
HPP is a non-thermal method of reducing bacteria, replacing hot filling. Because the juice is not heated, the nutritional value remains the same, and the texture and taste are not affected. If your juice is extended by about 10 times, the shelf life will be extended.
The use of HPP in food and beverages is regulated by the US Department of Agriculture and the FDA, but there are no specific labeling requirements. Ask your dealer to verify that the bottle you purchased is compatible with HPP. Glass is never compatible with HPP.
Glass or plastic?
The choice of glass or plastic bottles boils down to three main decision points: cost, aesthetics and environmental impact.
Glass is known for its environmental friendliness, but in fact it has a carbon footprint five times that of plastic. The initial production of glass requires more resources, transportation is heavier, and more packaging is needed to reduce damage. Although glass can be recycled indefinitely, only 33% of the glass can be recycled, compared to only 30% for PET.
The cost of purchasing and shipping plastics will be reduced. Because plastic is more durable, using plastic will reduce losses. As the size of the [url=https://www.jimeimachinery.com/product/fruit-juice-production-line.html][u]Juice Production Line[/u][/url] expands, the cost savings will increase. [img]moz-extension://4f2ad537-4e5e-4a9d-afa3-092e093e7146/img/informenter-marker-1.png[/img]
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