Fruit juice from concentrate
Juice is extracted from the fruit and the water content is reduced—by evaporating off the water naturally present—in the country of origin. The concentrated juice is usually frozen and shipped to the country of use for packing. Fruit juice packers then reconstitute the juice by adding back the water.
Not from concentrate juice
Juice is extracted from the fruit in the country of origin and then lightly pasteurised and frozen, chilled or aseptically transported to the country where it will be packed.