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We provide high-quality Tanzania apple juice to the local and export markets. We source the raw fruits for processing Tanzania apple juice from family growers in the country.
Tanzania apple juice is one of the most sought-after fruit saps due to its iron richness. It comes with nearly the same nutrient composition as the raw fruit as it undergoes cold pressing with no additives. It is also a source of starch at 10 percent of the daily value. The main vitamin is C while the primary mineral other than iron is magnesium. Though a temperate fruit, Apple has become widely cultivated in the coldest parts of the country especially Makete, a district in the Njombe region of the south. The main juice production method is cold pressing hand-in-hand with pasteurization.
We source the raw fruits for producing Tanzania apple juice from the cool regions of Njombe and Iringa in the south. We bypass large plantations in favor of family growers with about 0.5 hectares of cultivated land. All our sources maintain their crop via farmyard manure as soil enrichment instead of commercial fertilizers. They also forgo chemical sprays in favor of other pest-eradication measures.
We do our harvesting of apples before processing them. We use the services of a trained crew that plucks only ripe fruits which are usually red or greenish-yellow depending on the variety. We deliver the harvest to the processing plant on the same day to expedite the extraction of the juice.
The preliminary stage of Tanzania apple juice production is usually washing. We put the fruits into washing trays for several passes and then rinse them dry. We countercheck on each fruit to spot any pest damage or other blemishes and cull any such piece. Only the best selections go to the homogenization machine.
Homogenization is a critical part of cold pressing as it brings out equal particles that can maximize juice production. We use hammer mills to homogenize each fruit. The crushed pieces then move in paste form to the cold press.
We cold press Tanzania apple juice under very low temperatures that retain the natural composition of the fruit. The rotating screws of the press continuously squeeze the homogenized paste to produce the juice. The sap flows into a collecting beaker through the centrifugal system.
Next follows an essential stage in Tanzania apple juice production, namely clarification. Due to its hard rind, the fruit contains a lot of coarse impurities that may hamper the quality of the product if left unfiltered. We use solvents like pectinol to dissolve off some of the stubborn foreign materials. We usually heat the crude sap at the low temperature of 37.7 degrees Celsius. We then sieve off the now clear juice from the pectinol-entrapped lees for sterilization.
Sterilization of Tanzania apple juice takes place in the form of pasteurization. We use tin foils to boil the crude product at 88 degrees Celsius. The aim is to kill off microbes that form during the processing stage without impacting on the quality.
We pack Tanzania apple juice in designate bags and tin packets of at least 250 milliliters net weight. We employ glass aromatherapy jars, PET bottles and plastic containers as our packing media. Our plastic bottles can have as large a capacity as 1 liter per package. The vacuum-sealed containers then feature in pouches inside cartons. We feature appropriate labeling including the date of packing, the expiry date and the net weight of the packages.
We store Tanzania apple juice in a cool, dry environment in our cold rooms. We keep the temperatures at the 4-degree Celsius mark and below. During the temporary storage timeline, we hold the parcels in airtight bottles in a dimly-lit environment.
We transfer the cargo to the airport in Arusha or Dar-es-Salaam right after packing. You can, therefore, have a date with the consignment in the next 24 to 48 hours after its dispatch.
If you are after a cupful of juice from a temperate fruit growing in the hinterland of East Africa, then our Tanzania apple juice is a great recommendation. We carry out handling and processing via automated systems under phytosanitary conditions. All our fruits attest to quality as they come from apple orchards in Global Good Agricultural Practices (GAP)-certified locations. You also obtain the supplies in your exact tonnage as we spare no effort to produce surplus courtesy of our family growers. We maintain low prices that match your budgetary allocation. This is why you should make an order today!
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