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Fruit juice nutrition and health

@article{Landon2007FruitJN,
  title={Fruit juice nutrition and health},
  author={Shane Landon},
  journal={Food Australia},
  year={2007},
  volume={59},
  pages={533-538}
}
  • S. Landon
  • Published 2007
  • Chemistry
  • Food Australia
Fruit juice is a nutritious beverage that is currently included as an option within the fruit servings of the Australian Guide to Healthy Eating. Nutrient comparisons of commonly consumed fruit juices and whole fruit counterparts support the retention of fruit juice as a fruit serve option in the soon to be revised Australian Guide to Healthy Eating. Analysis of the National Nutrition Survey showed that fruit juice provided 33% of the vitamin C in children's diets, a larger contribution than… 

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