Sekaya Calamansi Juice Powder - Freeze-dried

Product Description:

Sekaya Calamansi Juice Extract is pure calamansi juice in freeze-dried and spray-dried forms. Calamansi is a ubiquitous citrus fruit widely cultivated in the Philippines. It is a small and round fruit with a very intense flavor and tartness that reminds one of lime blended with mandarin orange. In the Philippines, it is used in various condiments, beverages, dishes, marinades, and preserves. The juice is extracted by squeezing the whole fruit. Much like lemons, the ratio to make a refreshing beverage is 1:10, and an interesting substitute to lemons or limes in cocktails. It is often served as a hot beverage to give relief for people with cough or colds and even flu. The unripe fruit, with its skin still green, is handpicked. This sour fruit is rich in vitamin C, and antioxidants, as well as potassium, vitamin A, and calcium. In a small clinical study, a glass of sweetened calamansi juice beverage measured a glycemic index of 37, much less than the safe level of 55 GI.


200g, 20kg

Product Type:


Market Availability:


Net Weight per Pack:

200g, 10 Kg


Ingredients/raw materials used:

Calamansi Pulp Juice Extract




Calamansi Pulp Juice Extract

Shelf Life:

24 Months

Major Export Markets:

Australia, Canada, Germany, South Korea, South Korea, Switzerland, United States of America




200g Kraft Bag, 20kg Box With Liner

Minimum Order Size:

One Pallet


Beverages, Beverages

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