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Below is a list of businesses which provide Juices services. If you do not see your business in the list, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.



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Business Listing   Coca-Cola Bottling CO Inc Sacramento - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 928-3870


Business Listing   Coca-Cola Bottling CO Inc Sacramento - Administration-Sales - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 928-2300


Business Listing   Coca-Cola Bottling CO Inc Sacramento - Vending Machine- Repairs - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 928-2380


Business Listing   Dispenser Juice Inc - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 381-3722


Business Listing   Fortuna District CO - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 928-2370


Business Listing   General Produce CO - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 441-6431


Business Listing   Jamba Juice - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 419-6092


Business Listing   Jamba Juice Inc - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 928-2410


Business Listing   Juice Works - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 609-1502


Business Listing   Jurin's Distributing CO - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 448-2052


Business Listing   Markstein Beverage Company - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 920-9070


Business Listing   Markstein Beverages - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 568-0080


Business Listing   Pepsi Bottling Group - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 423-1000


Business Listing   WholeHearted Juice Co. - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 873-0125


Business Listing   Wiki-Wiki Juice Bar - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 922-9454


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Helpful Definition for: Juices

Juices, in Sacramento, are the natural liquid content of fruit or vegetable tissue. The general method for preparing juices is mechanically squeezing the flesh or pulp of fresh fruits or vegetables without applying heat or solvents. A variety of manual or electric juicers can be used to prepare juices at home from fresh fruits and vegetables.

Most commercial juices are filtered for removal of fiber or pulp. However, high-pulp fresh orange juice is a popular as well as healthier beverage. Juices are processed & preserved using canning, pasteurization, freezing, evaporation and spray drying techniques.Juices provide a lot of health benefits in the form of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, phytochemicals, antibacterial substances etc. Consumption of juice on a regular basis has proven benefits of fighting cancers, delaying onset of Alzheimer’s disease & resisting stroke.

Some popularly consumed juices are: Coconut water which is rich in potassium, sodium, calcium, magnesium, iron, copper, phosphorus, vitamin B complex and vitamin C. Carrot juice which is rich in Vitamin A, phosphorus, magnesium, calcium, sodium and iron. Grape juice which is rich in flavonoids, antioxidants and vitamins. Apple juice which is rich in vitamin A, calcium, folate, magnesium, phosphorus. Muskmelon Juice which is Rich in vitamin A, Vitamin C, Calcium, and Watermelon Juice which is Rich in vitamin A, Vitamin C, Calcium .

Lack of fibers & high levels of processing often decrease the quality of juice as compared to its source fruit or vegetable. However, in moderate amounts, juices can help children and adults meet their dietary requirements for nutrient & calorie intake in the form of fruit consumption.

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