Orange Juice Processing Writing for Class 9 & 10

This is a Processing Writing about the preparation of orange juice at home for classes 9 & 10. The length of the paragraph is about 100 words. In this paragraph, I have explained the whole process of how orange juice is prepared at home.

Preparation of Orange Juice

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Writing TypeProcessing
Word Limit100
Marks10
TopicOrange Juice
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Use the following flow chart to write a paragraph within 100 words on how to prepare orange juice at home.

Oranges brought from the market — sorted — rotten ones removed — cleaned — peeled — put in juicer — juice extracted — sugar and preservatives added — poured in bottles — sealed — ready to be sold

Orange Juice Processing Writing

Orange juice is a healthy and refreshing drink. It can be prepared easily at home. At first, ripe oranges are bought from the market. Then the oranges are sorted. The defective and rotten ones are removed. After that, the good oranges are properly cleaned with fresh water. Later they are peeled. Then these are put into the juicer to extract the juice. After that, sugar and preservatives are mixed with the juice in the right proportions. Next, the mixture is poured into sterilized bottles. Then the bottles are sealed and labelled. Finally, orange juice is ready and is sent to the market for sale.


The following processing writing is for general knowledge (GK) purposes. Please read it and know how orange juice is made in factories. Otherwise, you can scroll down to know other related topics.

How Orange Juice is Made in Factory

As orange juice is a popular drink, it is prepared in factories to meet the demand. The main process consists of 7 stages. They are a) Cleaning and sorting b) Juice Extraction c) Filtration d) Additives e) Degassing f) Pasteurization g) Filling and Cooling

Cleaning and Sorting:

At first, oranges are supplied from the farms. Then these oranges are put on conveyor belts. Machines like brush and spray Fruit Washing Machines and Bubble Washing Machines clean all the impurities on the oranges. The unripe oranges, pests and damaged oranges are removed here.

Juice Extraction:

In this stage Juice from the oranges is extracted. Machines like automatic Fruit peeling and extraction machines are used in this stage. Peeling is necessary because some elements like Limonin and Naringin make the juice bitter.

Filtration:

Filtration is necessary because there are always some particles left in the juice. They must be removed to maintain the quality (taste and colour) of the juice.

Additives

Sometimes when the taste of the juice is not good, some additives like sugar and acid (Citric) are added to the juice in the right proportion.

Degassing

In the process of making orange juice, the air is trapped in the juice and forms bubbles. These bubbles must be removed. Oxygen in these bubbles harms the colour and taste of the juice.

Pasteurization

In this stage, orange juice is pasteurized with heat. Pasteurization is necessary for keeping the juice fresh for a long time. Pasteurization kills all the harmful bacteria in the juice. It also makes the enzymes inactive.

Filling and Cooling

After Pasteurization, the juice is directly filled into sterilised cans and bottles. Cans and bottles are sterilised with heat.


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Time needed: 10 minutes

Step by step Guide for Orange Juice Preparation

  1. Selection of oranges

    At first fresh and ripe oranges are bought from the market.

  2. Washing of Oranges

    Then oranges are washed in fresh water.

  3. Peeling

    Oranges are peeled. This increase the taste of the oranges.

  4. Use of Juicer or Grinder

    Peeled oranges are then put into a juicer or Grinder to extract juice.

  5. Sieving

    Raw juice is then sieved to clear impurities

  6. Additional preservatives

    To increase the taste and for preservation, some chemicals sugar and citric acid are added.

  7. Packaging

    At last the juice is poured into sterilised bottles.

  8. Storing

    The bottles are then stored in the refrigerator for storing

  9. Serving

    The juice is then served cool with ice on it.

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