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International Journal of Chemical Studies

Vol. 6, Issue 2 (2018)
Consumption pattern of fruit juices from street vending sites and restaurants in Thrissur district, Kerala, India


Author(s): Bindhya Dhanesh T and V Indira

Abstract: “Healthy eating” is now perceived to be an important part of every individual’s life. The desirability of a healthy life style has led to an increased consumption of fruit juices. Life style changes and accompanying urbanization together with rising affluence appear to be largely responsible for increased consumption of fruit juices from street vending sites and restaurants. Fresh fruit and fruit juice consumption has a lot of benefits. Juices from fruits are pure and vital liquids of great healing power. They are not only a source of refreshment but also a source of powerful antioxidants. The vitamin rich fruit juices strengthen the body and prevent the degeneration of skin, flesh, glands and organs. Hence, the present study was conducted to study the consumption pattern of fresh fruit juices sold by street vending sites and restaurants among adults in Thrissur district, Kerala.

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How to cite this article:
Bindhya Dhanesh T, V Indira. Consumption pattern of fruit juices from street vending sites and restaurants in Thrissur district, Kerala, India. Int J Chem Stud 2018;6(2):1520-1523.
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