Fruit juice contains 100% fruit and is freshly prepared by smashing the pulp of the fruit, while a fruit drink contains only 10% fruit with the rest being flavour, colour, and water.
Both fruit juices and fruit drinks are mixed with either pulp, basil seeds, chia seeds, or nata de coco.
Basil is the common name of the culinary herb Ocimum basilicum, and basil seeds are known around the world for being the main ingredient in many Asian sweet drinks.
Chia is the common name of the culinary herb Salvia hispanica, traditionally consumed in Mexico as well as in Central and South Americas. In 2009, the European Union approved chia seeds as a novel food. In 2008, Australia was the world's largest producer of chia.
Nata de coco is a chewy, translucent gel which is produced by the fermentation of coconut water. It is highly regarded for its dietary fibre, low fat, and zero cholesterol content.
Our employees have been trained intensively on the hygiene, sanitation and safe food practice of our manufacturing processes. Using premium raw materials with high-tech machinery and automatic assembly line processes, our products maintain high quality (See the section Factories). We have obtained quality certificates to ensure international standards of production (See the section Certification).
We endeavour to expand the reputation of Thai fruit juices and fruit drinks all over the world with our nutritious and delicious products. We continuously research and develop our products to achieve the best quality as per the choice and palate of our customers.