Shelf-life study of a vegetable-based juice prepared using a masticating juicer

  title={Shelf-life study of a vegetable-based juice prepared using a masticating juicer},
  author={K. Edgar},
  • K. Edgar
  • Published 2014
  • Environmental Science
Background Home juicing has seen a rise in popularity because it gives people an appetizing way to get their daily intake of fresh fruits and vegetables. The roles of proper refrigeration, pasteurization, and acidification are all important in regards to determining the shelf life of a freshly made juice. As the general public may not properly understand these implications, this could become a major concern for public health officials. 

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