Keith Nuthall
MEP's have voted for legal limits to be applied to the content of certain on additives or pollutants in drinking water used for the dilution of commercial fruit juices. In amendments to a proposed fruit juice directive, the European Parliament voted for tight controls on the presence of sodium, calcium, magnesium, potassium, chloride and electrical conductivity in juice water.

MEP's also backed amendments calling for controls on the de-bittering process of fruit juices, namely that to improve safety "during the debittering process, only ...

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