Member's Mark 100% Apple Juice (1 gal., 2 pk.)
Why We Love This
About this item
- 100% apple juice made from concentrate
- No added sweeteners
- Contains 130% daily value of vitamin C per serving
- Crisp, naturally delicious flavor
Enjoy the crisp, natural flavor of Member's Mark™ 100% Apple Juice (1 gal., 2 pk.).
Are There Any Added Sweeteners?
Member's Mark 100% Apple Juice is made from 100% apple juice concentrate and contains no added sweeteners. This fresh apple juice relies on 100% pure juice to maintain freshness and to stay true to the delicious flavor of a crisp, refreshing apple. Added sweeteners usually want to be avoided because an added sweetener usually involves adding more sugar or high-fructose corn syrup to the product. Adding extra sugar or high-fructose corn syrup can harm your health because it increases your risk of weight gain and developing a blood-sugar disorder like type-2 diabetes. Each of these risks, weight gain and diabetes, also contribute to and increase your risk of heart disease. Therefore it's usually best to avoid foods and beverages that contain added sweeteners like sugar and high-fructose corn syrup.
What Does From Concentrate Mean?
Member's Mark 100% Apple Juice is made from concentrate, but what does that mean? When apples are crushed or squeezed to remove their juices, the resulting juice is processed into two forms: not from concentrate and from concentrate. Apple juice that's made from concentrate means that all the excess water from the concentrate has been removed to produce a product that contains up to seven times more concentrated than the initial juice. Water is then added to the concentrate before the product is sold to produce an apple juice that isn't overly sweet, as if the juice was just the concentrate, it would be overwhelmingly sweet.
Added Vitamin C
This organic apple juice contains added vitamin C in order to provide you with beneficial amounts of vitamin C. The vitamin C in this fresh apple juice benefits your health and immune system. Taking vitamin C during an illness like the common cold or flu can potentially help you overcome the illness quicker and can also help you prevent a more serious illness from developing.