Anyone who has pressed their own juice or has a juice-extractor will know the problem. Fresh fruit juice contains a large proportion of suspended particles and remains of the fruit flesh. If the juice is consumed when fresh, this is healthy and delicious. However, as the soon as the fruit juice is stored, the suspended particles turn brown and the juice quickly perishes.
This is why commercially produced fruit juices are filtered before the filling process and are thus preserved. Regardless of the type of fruit – whether stone fruit, pomes or berries, our product range has exactly the right filter cartridges as well as grades of diatomaceous earth and perlite to ensure expert filtration.