Cold-Pressured refers to the process by which fresh food products, such as juice, are preserved using High Pressure Processing (HPP) as opposed to high heat.
HPP is a method of preserving packaged food products using extremely high pressure. Hydraulic fluid (normally water) is placed in a chamber and pressurized with a pump. This pressure is transmitted through the package into the food itself.
This process leads to the elimination of harmful bacteria while maintaining vitamins, minerals and enzymes, and preserving a fresher taste.
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