In the industrial context, 'juice' typically refers to a beverage made from the extraction or pressing of fruits and vegetables. The juice industry is a large and diverse industry, with a variety of products available to consumers, including pure fruit and vegetable juices, blends of different fruits and vegetables, and juice drinks with added sugars and other ingredients.

Examples of juices in the industrial context include:

  1. Orange juice: This is one of the most popular juices, made from the extraction of oranges. It can be consumed in its pure form or mixed with other juices and ingredients to create blends.

  2. Apple juice: Another popular juice, made from the extraction of apples. It can also be blended with other juices and ingredients to create different flavors.

  3. Tomato juice: This is a savory juice made from the extraction of tomatoes, often consumed as a breakfast beverage.

  4. Carrot juice: A vegetable juice made from the extraction of carrots, often mixed with other juices and ingredients for added flavor.

  5. Pineapple juice: A tropical juice made from the extraction of pineapples, often consumed as a standalone beverage or used as an ingredient in cocktails and smoothies.

The production of juices involves a variety of processes, including extraction, pasteurization, and bottling. Juices can be made from fresh fruits and vegetables or from concentrates. The industry also produces a variety of juice blends and drinks with added sugars, preservatives, and other ingredients. Juice products are distributed and sold through a variety of channels, including grocery stores, convenience stores, and online retailers. The industry is also subject to regulations and standards related to food safety and labeling.

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