China is rich in tropical fruits such as pineapple, orange, lime, lemon, banana, plantain, grapes, mango and orange. Therefore, mainland China provides a huge opportunity for fruit juice production, adding value to local products, especially for local consumption.
Investing in China’s fresh Fruit Juice Production Line is expected to yield high returns compared to the huge and rapid return on investment, as initial investment costs are lower. This is because fresh juice drinks and smoothies are quickly becoming popular in the Chinese local environment, especially as people are increasingly aware of the benefits of eating and drinking healthy products, as well as the tropical hot climate typical of most parts of China. This makes the chilled juice drink a popular demand for African consumers for most of the year.
Fruit processing plants come in different models. There are small desktop computers or single rooms for small operation. If you have special needs, you can choose a two-compartment model or a nozzle model. These are heavy-duty, high-capacity stainless steel boxes with contents and vacuum bags. Then evacuate and heat seal after closing the lid. Most machines are easy to clean and maintain. Fully immersed in water for excellent shrinkage and superior product appearance. You can also change to a non-immersed laminated bag.
The function of the automatic abscess filler can be absolutely controlled, while the metal surface does not cause heat balance and maladaptation.
Its goal is to quickly meet the demands of market changes, but more importantly, to lead new trends and develop new market standards. Adjacent collaboration and affiliated annual barter transactions enable customized adjustment solutions.
Shanghai Jimei Food Machinery Co., Ltd. designs an efficient production line for your juice factory and provides a variety of advanced equipment. At the same time, we are also a supplier of Milk Processing Plant worth considering when choosing equipment. Our equipment is definitely not going to disappoint you.


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