Lisbon Polyphenols Committee awarded Milne Fruits, managed by Pr David Wyckoff, CEO during ISANH Lisbon Polyphenols 2014, the world’s largest congress on polyphenols applications, which was be held in Lisbon, on June 4 to 6, 2014. Milne Fruits was awarded for their Innovative Products.


Milne Fruit Products, an industry leader in creating fruit juices, concentrates and purees for the industrial food and beverage markets has introduced cucumber, pumpkin, purple cabbage and red beet to its growing line of vegetable juice concentrates.

These innovative new products offer rich color and unique tastes for a wide array of bases, beverages and blends. Ideal for health and wellness consumer products, the new cucumber juice is a good source of vitamin K and both the pumpkin, purple cabbage and red beet concentrates are good sources of vitamin C. All have great natural color and are extremely low in calories making for a healthy attribute to any food or beverage products.

Milne’s vegetable juices and concentrates are made to the highest quality standards in the industry and the company is certified by WSDA, USDA, JAS, BRC and OU Kosher. Milne’s entire line of fruit and vegetable juices, concentrates and purees are 100% all-natural with no additives.

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About Milne Fruit Products

Founded in 1956, Milne Fruit Products is the industry leader in creating fruit juices, concentrates and purees for the industrial food and beverage markets. Milne is currently introducing 100% all-natural MicroDried® fruit ingredients, and has recently expanded its product line to include whole fruit and vegetable powders, frozen berry products and powerful Concord grape extract powders. With a reputation built on outstanding product quality and customer service, Milne utilizes innovative technologies and rigorous quality controls to provide healthy fruit products to meet the needs of a diverse consumer marketplace.



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