Developed in conjunction with the Centre for Bladder Research within a hospital in Frauenfeld, Switzerland, naturally tart, handpicked mountain cranberries are freshly squeezed and expertly blended with a birch leaf infusion and a touch of agave nectar allowing for the unique, refreshing taste of Biotta Wild Mountain Cranberry Juice. As with the others in the Biotta range, there are not any other added extras and the cranberry juice is not from concentrate.
If you are taking Warfarin, please speak to your doctor before taking Cranberry Juice.
Wild Mountain Cranberry Juice contains agave nectar which is a source of natural sugar. Those with diabetes should be prepared to take the sugar content of this juice into account.
Are all Biotta juices organic?
Yes, all the Biotta juices are Swiss organic, EU organic as well as USDA approved organic.
Biotta’s juices are never from concentrate, what does this mean?
Juices made from concentrate have water extracted from the fruit or vegetable to produce a fruit/vegetable concentrate. This concentrate is easier to transport, and can be stored for longer, as its high fructose content acts as a preservative. When it reaches its destination, the concentrate is then diluted with water and bottled as juice. This has little in common with pressed juice because valuable nutrients (and sometimes even the aroma!) can easily be lost during this process. As a result of this, Biotta does not use concentrates and only offers premium freshly pressed juices as opposed to reconstituted concentrates.
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