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Bristol's Own Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice

posted on October 15th, 2015 by John Savidan

bf juices2Have you tried our Bristol’s Own 100% Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice found in our produce department? Our orange juice has been a customer favorite for years! Bristol Farms has long partnered with Perricone Family Farms to bring you the best quality, fresh squeezed orange juice, and here is why it is so good:

For more than 80 years, the Perricone name and quality citrus in California have been synonymous.  The majority of the fruit that goes into our orange juice is grown on family owned farms in California, Texas, and Arizona. Perricone controls the fruit’s journey from the trees to the bottle and doesn’t use any fungicide or pesticides that have not been cleared by the FDA. The orange juice is produced under such strict FDA health standards, and is not required to be pasteurized. Consequently, our juice is so fresh and nutritious, it can even be sold on ice vs. a refrigerated shelf. With this high level of freshness and purity, Perricone is fully certified year-round as Kosher. They do not add anything to the orange juice; it is simply right from the orange to the bottle. We are proud to have Perricone bottle all our Bristol Farms juices with integrity and passion for fresh juices.

You can also enjoy the following varieties of Bristol’s Own juices available in our produce department: Tangerine, Apple, Grapefruit, Lemonade, Limeade, and Strawberry Lemonade.

To read more on Perricone Family Farms, visit http://www.perriconejuices.com/index.htm


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