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Coconut and sugarcane juice


Grab & go sugarcane juice

People in Scandinavia are now beginning savor freshly extracted sugarcane juice topped off with lime and ginger, mango, coconut, pineapple, passion fruit, red beets extract, served in glasses by vendors across the  Northern Europe.

Freshly extracted sugarcane juice has a high demand in every Indian, Pakistan, African, South American and Caribbean festivals and now local vendors selling the juice can be found popping up in Germany, Amsterdam, Poland.

Uganic Juizc is the leader importing sugarcanes, sugarcanes machines, peelers and sugarcane cutters.  The juice is presently being extracted using hand/power-operated crushers for immediate fresh consumption to obtain highest nutritional minerals intake.

A traditional tropical beverage, sugarcane juice contains natural sugars and minerals like iron, magnesium, phosphorous, calcium and organic acids like malic acid, succinic acid, acotinic acid, amino acid, protein, starch, and non-sugar phosphates. Apart from the benefits of fresh juices, the demand for organic, locally is increasing during summer festivals throughout Denmark.

Bottling of sugarcane juice and making it available to the consumers in both urban and rural areas is likely to create job opportunities and new markets that involve using locally available raw materials.

The new kid on the block.

“At Uganic Juizc, we produce our juice blends by applying cold pressure to fruits and vegetables to extract the juice.

We invest in cold press juicing as it ensures higher yield, fresher and more nutritious juice versus thermally pasteurized.

Unlike other juices, sugarcane juice can be consumed in its purest form without adding water, sugar, etc. Loaded with carbohydrates, proteins and minerals, the juice is healthy.

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