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PURENA products: orange juice 100% and apple juice 100% meet the conditions of the Regulation to the Minister of Health Law of 26 August 2015 on the food requirements for children and young people in school cafeterias.

SGS certificate

A comprehensive study made in a recognized analytical SGS laboratory showed that Purena juices are characterized by high nutritional value and meet the requirements of the Regulation of the Minister of Health on food used in the context of public nutrition of children and young people.

Orange juice

is the source of natural vitamin C and valuable for our health fiber, except that it also contains vitamin E that is in charge of strengthening blood vessels and protecting red blood cells from premature decay.

Apple juice

works antiviral, facilitates metabolism, lowers cholesterol level and blood pressure. Apples fructose stabilizes blood sugar levels. The fiber prevents blood vessel diseases and diabetes.



they do not contain added sugar, for the food additive is legally prohibited.
Sugar, which occurs - mainly fructose and glucose – is derived solely from the fruits!

    they contain no preservatives or artificial sweeteners, because such addition
is legally prohibited
    hey are durable, economical, environmentally friendly, because - as like no other juice
- thanks to concentrated form they are consuming 5 times less packaging and have 5 times lower
mass compared to consumer products: juices in bottles or 1 litre cartons
     they do not contain any allergens


Minister of Health Regulation of 26 August 2015 about the groups of foodstuffs for sale to children and young people in the units of the education system and the requirements that the foodstuffs must fulfill in the context of public nutrition of children and young people in these units, essentially changes the selection of possible products to compose menus in canteens in educational institutions: schools, kindergartens, children's clubs.

According to this regulation and a list of foods authorized for use in the context of public nutrition of children and youth in Units of Education with effect from 1 September 2015 the following groups of beverages will be usable:

- milk and milk products
- mineral, spring and table water
- drinks replacing milk, like: soy drink soy, rice drink, oatmeal and other
- fruit and vegatable-fruit cocktails
- drinks prepared on the spot without the addition of sugars (only honey allowed as a sweetener) like tea, fruit infusions with the natural aroma, malt coffee, cocoa, fruit compote
- fruit juices, vegetable and fruit and vegetable juices without added sugars and sweeteners
- tea and fruit infusions and fruit teas

That means that currently dominant products such as syrups, cheap drinks with sweeteners, preservatives can not be served in school cafeterias.

The main motivation for the legislator was to stop the avalanche problem of children obesity, which is largely related to an improper diet and low physical activity. Restricted, and in many cases removed from the allowed menu are high-fat products with a high content of sugars, manufactured on the basis of sweeteners and containing preservatives. This act is part of a broader campaign that children WOULD NOT EAT JUNK FOOD and is a legal sanction ban on the sale and distribution in schools unsuitable products like energy drinks or cola-type baverages. At the same time healthy natural products such as 100% juice, water, tea or stewed fruits are being promoted. Even fruit drinks do not meet the act regulations.

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