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We provide high quality Ethiopia tomato juice to the local and export market. We source the raw materials for the fresh Ethiopia tomato juice from family growers from Ethiopia.

Ethiopia tomato juice, whose raw material come from Jimma, Shawa, and Wallaga areas, among other parts is a vital lycopene-rich vegetable product. It is mostly solid material despite the fact that a single fruit has only 5% solid paste with the rest being water. The extraction and evaporation of water content from bulk amounts of raw fruits helps boost the solidity of the juice.

With a high concentration of vitamins A, K, B vitamins from 1 to 6, and magnesium and iron minerals, tomato juice is a must have in a home. Its lycopene antioxidant that reduces the incidence of cancer and other degenerative diseases is a major reason people go for tomato paste. Vitamin K also nourishes the hair and improves blood clotting.

The production of Ethiopia tomato juice is quite an involving process because the tomato berry has about 95 percent water and 5 percent of sugar and solids. Because the aim is to produce mainly pulpy content, it requires nearly 6 kilos of the fruits to make a single kilo of the tomato paste. This will have a 28 percent Brix, which is a term that defines the amount of solid in juice.

Before the extraction can start, we convey the tons of tomatoes in turns into a roller that washes them. Once the red berries arrive at the processing section, our workers sort the bad ones and any foreign debris. The next step is that of chopping the healthy selections in anticipation to make thick Ethiopia tomato juice.

We extract Ethiopia tomato juice in two ways. The first one is the hot break method, whereby we heat the chopped berries under 100° Celsius heat. The next method is that of cold break whereby we use relatively low heat of between 65 and 75° Celsius. The produce from the hot processing procedure features mostly in the making of ketchups, while those of cold processing are for fresh paste consumption. The latter have greater solid levels of between 36 to 38 percent Brix.

After the heating processes, either hot or cold are over, the pulp then passes with its whole skin, juice and fiber as well as seeds to the pulper. The latter is a high sieve that separates the solid from juice parts. We use different sizes of sieve meshwork: based on your specific request, we can make the paste thicker or thinner by using wide or narrow meshes respectively.

The final stage is evaporation below 100° Celsius. This is a process that removes the high water content and turns the naturally 5 percent solid material into 28 to 36 percent solid paste. The collection of the resulting Ethiopia tomato juice then takes place in beakers soon after cooling.

We pack Ethiopia tomato juice in packages of PET, tin and plastic. We provide double concentration starting with 250 milliliters that is available as 30 packets per carton. We also pack the bottles in PVDC or polyvinylidene chloride bags that keep the content in the same condition as a cold storage room.

We store Ethiopia tomato juice under temperatures below 5° Celsius. All our airtight bottles have a headroom of 1 1/2 inches to provide the juice with expansion area. We transport the juice on the same day of processing under refrigerated conditions. You can expect the shipment to reach your destination a day or two after we dispatch it from the Bola International Airport.

Thus, if you would like to avail fresh Ethiopia tomato juice and paste, you have got the right supplier. We begin the process by harvesting raw fresh tomatoes from family growers in Good Agricultural Practices (GAP)-certified regions. Our quantity parameters reflect your exact stipulations, while our low prices underscore your budget. Do make an order today!