Fruit juices are no longer just a fruit party.
According to the Australian Consumer Affairs Commission, fruit juices are now widely used as a food and drink beverage.
There are now more than 2,000 different types of fruit juices and they’re sold at supermarkets, convenience stores, fast food outlets, gas stations and restaurants across Australia.
The Australian Consumer Council said that consumers are now increasingly relying on fruit juices as a primary source of nutrition and health.
In the last two years, more than 4,000 Australians have died of liver failure or other related health problems linked to consuming too much fruit juice.
There’s no doubt that the widespread availability of fruit juice in Australia is having an impact on health and wellbeing.
Here are some of the biggest issues consumers are facing: Fruit juice is linked to the spread of certain types of foodborne illnesses Fruit juice contains the active ingredient, fructooligosaccharides, which can cause people to develop a range of food-borne illnesses, including: Allergic reactions to the fruit juices can cause a range from mild to severe allergic reactions, which are usually mild and not life-threatening.
But some fruit juices contain ingredients that can trigger reactions in people with specific food allergies.
The most common types of allergies are to peanuts, tree nuts, milk, eggs and milk products.
These reactions are not always life-long and can be severe or even fatal.
People can also develop serious reactions to some types of vitamin supplements, which include vitamin C, calcium, magnesium, zinc and selenium.
Vitamin C is one of the major nutrients in fruits and vegetables, and some people may be allergic to vitamin C. There is also a risk of people being more susceptible to certain types the fruit juice is mixed with.
Vitamin E is also found in some fruit juice formulations, which may affect the levels of certain nutrients in the fruit.
Some fruit juices may contain preservatives, which help to protect the ingredients from deterioration and spoilage.
Fruit juice containing fructolactone, a sugar alcohol, is a major source of fructose, which is often used as an ingredient in processed food products.
Fructolacosacchides is a type of sugar alcohol that can be found in fruit juices.
Fructose is a very low-calorie food source and it can be a significant contributing factor to people gaining weight and gaining weight fast.
Fruits and vegetables are a rich source of fibre, which helps to prevent and slow the growth of certain kinds of cancer.
People who consume too much fructose can have a variety of health issues including: Diabetes and heart disease