Apple juice can spoil if it is not used by the manufacturer's expiration date or if it is improperly stored. Whether or not it is refrigerated at the time of purchase largely determines how it should be stored to prevent spoilage.Know More
Apple juice that is cold at the time of purchase should remain under refrigeration to keep it fresh until its expiration date is exceeded. Cans and bottles that are purchased warm may be stored for approximately one year on a pantry shelf before they will go bad.
Apple juice eventually turns into vinegar if not consumed, making it easy to tell when it has spoiled. When past its prime, the juice will have the odor of apple cider vinegar or alcohol or just smell sour.Learn more about Juice
Apple juice begins to boil when it reaches a temperature of 160 degrees Celsius, or 320 degrees Fahrenheit. It reaches its boiling point at a higher temperature than water due to its sugar content.Full Answer >
The density of apple juice is 8.75 ounces per cup, or 140 ounces per gallon, because one cup of unsweetened apple juice generally weighs 8.75 ounces. By comparison, one cup of water weighs eight fluid ounces.Full Answer >
Apple juice begins to ferment between 12 hours after production and a few days, if kept in a sterile container in sufficiently warm weather. The fermentation process continues for between seven days and a few months, depending on the temperature of the surroundings.Full Answer >
KidsHealth recommends that babies younger than six months of age not be given any kind of juice, including apple juice. Even at that age, many pediatricians recommend a very limited intake of juice for babies.Full Answer >