Unpasteurized Orange Juice
Orange juice
   Unpasteurized Orange Juice | Fresh Squeezed Juice

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There are some types of unpasteurized orange juice available on the market. If you see a product that is labeled freshly squeezed orange juice, it is usually the case that this product has not been pasteurized or processed in a similar manner. These products will usually be found in the cold section of your supermarket. These are also the types of juices that you can buy from juice stations or other stores where your orange juice will be freshly squeezed on the spot. Unpasteurized orange juice is the norm in these situations, as it is considered that there will be a lower risk of contamination.

It is up to you whether you decide to drink pasteurized or unpasteurized orange juices and other juices. However, you should bear in mind that there is some risk of contracting illness from E Coli or Salmonella contamination if you do choose to drink unpasteurized juices. Unpasteurized juices can be purchased from your supermarket, from juicing stores, or from local cider factories. You should check the label to see whether the product has been pasteurized or not, and make a decision about whether to purchase it accordingly.

While pasteurized orange juice is not compulsory, unlike the pasteurization of milk, it is recommended that people exercise additional caution when drinking orange juice that has not been pasteurized. There have been a number of outbreaks related to juice contamination in both the USA and in Canada, so it pays to be vigilant where hygiene and health is concerned. Always ensure that your orange juice is refrigerated, and ensure that it's thrown out when it passes its used by date. When drinking unpasteurized juice, consider sniffing the bottle to make sure that it's still fresh before drinking the juice. Being careful about your juice drinking habits can help reduce the risk that you will become the victim of an E Coli or Salmonella infection.
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