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CJ14 Aomori Apple Juice 青森リンゴジュース
SynopsisThe apples used for the juice are grown in Aomori.
The apples are crushed whole, and the juice is squeezed. Kougyoku, or Jonathan, are acidic apples of which there aren't many Japanese growers any more. This acidic taste is what differentiates the juice from other apple juices, so the company signed an exclusive contract with a grower in Aomori. By blending just a little bit of Kougyoku, the flavor is complete. 30 thousand liters of the juice is produced daily.
Keyword: Aomori, apple, juice, factory, harvest, local, natural
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