Thursday, October 4, 2018

What vitamins and minerals are found in citrus juice?

Fruit and vegetable juices are very good sources of the essential nutrients. Orange and grapefruit contains nutrients, micronutrients, vitamins and a mineral profile that is low or free of sodium while being high in potassium.

Most citrus cultivars are free of lipids, contain high levels of vitamins C and contain folate acid, thiamin, and to a lesser extent vitamin B6, niacin and riboflavin.

Vitamin C is relatively stable in citrus product during processing and storage. In addition to vitamin C or ascorbic acid, citrus juices also contain vitamin B complex and provitamin A.

Orange is rich in vitamin C and potassium and low in sodium. Grapefruit juice contains a lower concentration of folate, thiamin and niacin than orange juice.

The juice of citrus fruit contains about 0.4% ash. The ash content of orange juice was generally the highest in immature fruit and gradually decreased as fruit maturity progressed.
What vitamins and minerals are found in citrus juice?

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