Does Apple Juice Expire?


Yes, apple juice does expire. Apple juice normally expires a year or two after purchase. Most bottles come complete with an expiration date.
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Apple juice is made of pressed apples. It is then filtered and agents are used to clarify the juice. Natural apple juice is cloudy and does not have the filtering agents in processed
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The reason your apple juice is doing this is because it is fermenting. That is the process of creating alchol out of sugars. The sugars in the apple juice are turning into alchol
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