apple pomace juice


apple pomace juice
сок из яблочных выжимок

powder fruit juice — сухой концентрат плодово-ягодного сока

raw juice depulping — удаление мезги из диффузионного сока

postdefecated juice — сок, подвергнутый основной дефекации

freshly pressed grape juice — свежеотжатый виноградный сок

dried fruit juice — сухой концентрат плодово-ягодного сока


English-Russian travelling dictionary. 2015.

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