EUROPE: Europe may limit additives in juice drinks

By Keith Nuthall | 11 September 2001

MEP's have voted for the application of legal limits to certain additives or pollutants in drinking water used for the dilution of commercial fruit juices. In amendments to a proposed fruit juice directive, the European Parliament voted for tight controls on the presence of sodium, calcium, magnesium, potassium, chloride and electrical conductivity in juice water.

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MEP's have voted for the application of legal limits to certain additives or pollutants in drinking water used for the dilution of commercial fruit juices. In amendments to a proposed fruit juice directive, the European Parliament voted for tight controls on the presence of sodium, calcium, magnesium, potassium, chloride and electrical conductivity in juice water.

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