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    •   Soft Drinks Plant Start producing your beveragesWe supply complete lines for the processing of beverages.While producing your drinks locally you incentive your localindustry and get more efficiency on transport costs, and theprocessing of local products can turn out to be very interesting.MachinePoint Food Technologies builds complete plants,supplies equipment and automates processes for the followingbeverages:Juices: Juices, nectars, smoothies, cordials,syrups: juice processing linesInfusions: Ready made tea, coffee and infusionsSoft Drinks: soft drink plantsCarbonated Soft Drinks: Carbonated Soft Drink plantsWater processing lines: Still and sparkling bottled waterJuice can be made out of fresh fruit, vegetables, concentrate,frozen fruit paste or aseptic mix. If produced from fresh fruit, aprocessing line for fresh fruit and vegetable extracting isrequired. If made out of concentrate or aseptic mix the processis simpler. Nowadays manufacturers tend to producenumerous different juice varieties resulting from an assortmentof concentrates or fruits. The same production line can be usedto produce different types of juices.Soft drinks are composed of one or more types of concentrateor flavor, mixed with deaerated water and sugar. The standardprocess of making soft drinks consists of mixing theingredients, normally with a continuous mixing system which isthen followed by a cooling process. Most non-carbonated softdrinks need to be pasteurized with an alternative option beingmicro filtration. Aseptic filling normally follows for bothmethods.Bottled or packed water is the most common way of distributingdrinkable water in most parts of the world. MachinePoint FoodTechnologies sets up complete water plants: from the processof purifying water for human consumption, to its packaging foreasy distribution.