99% of all orange juice you buy in the grocery store is generally 100% pure, from concentrate. If you look really hard, you can usually locate one or two brands that are 100% pure NOT from concentrate.
I tend to splurge and buy the 100% pure NOT from concentrate stuff, as I think it may be marginally better for me, as if it comes from real raw squezzed oranges. I am not sure about the process, but since it is usually a lot more money, that is what I assume.
What is the deal with this, one is 100% pure NOT from concentrate, and the other is still 100% pure, but made from a concentrate. Does this mean the one from concentrate adds plain water to it, to yield more orange juice, or any other juice for that matter?
What type of difference are we talking here, generally, the taste is not all that different, about the only time I can tell a real difference is if I squeeze the damn things myself. Is one way better than the other health wise, or is it marginal?