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Old 09-30-2012, 03:49 PM
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Hi all,
I have a small mobile coffee stand and would like to start offering fresh juice to customers. Problem is, I can't make the juice right on the spot (don't want to hold the line, not much room etc) and would rather pre-make it and either store it in dispensers or directly in cups. I do have a display refrigerator outside and was thinking to either pour the juice in cups as a "grab n go" item, or store it in dispensers (plastic or glass?) where the customer would slide the door and dispense into the cup. Another way I could do this is to have the juice in cups half buried in ice in one of those stainless steel "buckets", but again I don't know if that would be a good idea to store the juice for a day or 2-and if the ice will last for long when it's 70-80degrees outside. How long does fresh juice really last and what's the best way to serve it, other than juicing on the spot?
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Old 10-01-2012, 01:09 AM
Location: Volcano
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The best quality will come from storing the juice in glass bottles in a refrigerator or ice bath, or in vacuum bottles, like the famous Thermos brand. But they need to be sold same day.
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