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Passion Fruit Calamansi Juice Concentrate With Honey

Product Description:

"A drink made with Passion Fruit Calamansi Juice Concentrate with Honey is a sublime one, thanks to its natural, fruity sweetness. It is not only high in Vitamin C that boosts the immune system but is also rich in Riboflavin (Vitamin B6) and Niacin (Vitamin B3). This concentrate also helps maintain insulin levels and is rich in antioxidants. It also contains no preservatives and no additives. To drink the concentrate, mix two to three tablespoons with a glass of hot or cold water. You can also use the concentrate as a marinade or for salad dressing. A 750-gram/500mL bottle contains 12 to 15 servings. The minimum order of Passion Fruit Calamansi Juice Concentrate with Honey is 50 boxes. "

Variants:

500ml, Passion Fruit-Calamansi

Product Type:

Processed

Market Availability:

Americas

Net Weight per Pack:

750g. 12-15 Servings

Allergen:

Ingredients/raw materials used:

Passion Fruit, Calamansi, Sugar, Honey

Process/es:

Pasteurization

Sources:

Visayas

Shelf Life:

12 Months

Major Export Markets:

None

Certifications:

FDA-LTO/CPR, GMP

Packaging:

PET Bottle

Minimum Order Size:

Category:

Beverages, Beverages

Export Ready?:

As cliche as it may sound, lots of great things do come from small beginnings. Our flagship product, Lemoncito Calamansi Juice Concentrate, comes from a tiny round fruit— the Philippine Lime, locally known as calamansi. Likewise, our company had humble beginnings. ... [Read more]

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