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For juice processors, whose very philosophylies in providing the freshest tasting, most nutritious products possible, the Food andDrug Administration's imminent Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP)regulations are an uneasy topic. Many juice processors - large and small, fresh andpasteurized - feel strongly about their production methods, and many, especially those whodo not pasteurize, feel additional processing will sacrifice juice integrity.


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