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– Food:
Juice concentrate is made by removing water from fruit or vegetable juice.
Juice manufacturing from concentrate follows strict government regulations for food safety.
– The process of concentrating orange juice was patented in 1948.
– The development of juice concentrate was initially to supply vitamin C to World War II troops.
– Most sodas and soft drinks are produced as concentrated syrups and diluted before consumption.

Soft drink concentrate:
Soft drink concentrates are often retailed due to their low price and weight savings.
– Most juice and soda concentrates have a long shelf-life because of high sugar content or added preservatives.
– Soft drinks are diluted with carbonated water before consumption.
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– Soda fountains are often used to mix soft drink concentrates with carbonated water.

– Other food:
– Condensed milk is produced for transport convenience and spoilage resistance.
– Information about flavor concentrates/syrups, like vanilla concentrate, is missing and needs expansion.
– This section requires further details regarding the use of concentrates in coffee and drink shops.
– The article picture shows a vanilla concentrate used in beverages.
– The section needs to be updated to include missing information about flavor concentrates.

– Chemicals:
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– Chemical compounds play a significant role in various industries.
– Understanding chemical processes is crucial for many manufacturing processes.
– Chemicals are used in food production, pharmaceuticals, and other sectors.

– References:
– Guidance for Industry by the US FDA provides information on Juice Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point Hazards and Controls.
– The patent for preparing full-flavored fruit juice concentrates was issued in 1948.
Minute Maid concentrated orange juice is a well-known product.
– The CREC History provides insights into the evolution of concentrate production.
– Further information can be found in the National Museum of American History.

Concentrate (Wikipedia)

A concentrate is a form of substance that has had the majority of its base component (in the case of a liquid: the solvent) removed. Typically, this will be the removal of water from a solution or suspension, such as the removal of water from fruit juice.

A container of vanilla concentrate
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