Calamansi
(Philippine Lemon)
  Dalandan
(Philippine Orange)


  1. What is calamansi?

  2. What is dalandan?
  3. What can we benefit from calamansi and
    dalandan fruit?


  4. What is Good Sense Lemonada Calamansi and
    Dalandan Juice concentrate?


  5. How to do prepare the concentrate to make it into a fruit juice?

  6. Can kids drink these juices?

  7. What is the shelf life the concentrates?




  1. What is calamansi?
    Calamansi (Philippine Lemon) with scientific citrus microcarpa Bunge, is the most popular and commonly used citrus fruit in the country. The fruit is oval about 2 cm. to 4.5 cm diameter and greenish-yellow in color. It is similar in appearance to a small round lime and taste like a cross between a lemon and a mandarin orange.
     
  2. What is dalandan?
    Dalandan (Philippine Orange) is a type of citrus fruit. Its scientific name citrus auratium. medium-large and productive. The fruit is usually medium-sized and spherical to slightly obovate. It tastes like mandarin with a sweeter taste profile and juicer than orange.
     
  3. What can we benefit from calamansi and dalandan fruit?
    These fruits are good source of vitamin C. Vitamin C is important for the formation of healthy bone and teeth, increased body resistance to infection.
     
  4. What is Good Sense Lemonada Calamansi and Dalandan Juice concentrate?
    These concentrates are have no preservative, no artificial color or flavor. The fruit juices are mixed with sugar and water. Honey is also added to enhance the taste.
     
  5. How to do prepare the concentrate to make it into a fruit juice?
    Lemonada Calamansi Concentrate Dilute 1 part concentrate to 7 parts water.
    Dalandan Concentrate Dilute 1 part concentrate to 6 parts water.
     
  6. Can kids drink these juices?
    Definitely, since they have no preservative and artificial flavor and color. The juice is safe for all ages.
     
  7. What is the shelf life the concentrates?
    The shelf life is 12 months. You may notice that the color of the concentrates may change; this is a natural occurrence because of the ascorbic acid naturally present in the citrus fruit. But usually the taste will not be affected. Refrigeration is needed after opening the bottle.
     

 

 

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