RITA football cup 2017

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RITA football cup 2017 is being held from August 20-27, 2017.
Participating in the tournament were four teams male and four teams female from the RITA departments.

 

 Some pictures of RITA football cup:

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The girls with winning beliefs

 

 

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Have fun together before the opening

 

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Who is win? Red team or Yellow team!

 

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Aloe Vera With Fruit Juice 2000ml Pet Bottle at Rita Beverage

Aloe vera with fruit juice 2000ml Pet bottle

How To Make Your Own Aloe Vera Juice

Freshly made aloe gel and juice are the best because many phytochemicals lose their potency as the juice gets processed. If you grow a few plants, you can make your own juice as and when you require it. Aloe vera is one of the easiest plants to grow, so you really have no excuse for not having freshly made aloe vera juice.

Aloe vera is a heat and drought tolerant succulent. It’s called the Lily of the Desert for that reason, but it can pretty much grow anywhere irrespective of your gardening zone. If your area has freezing winters, grow the aloe plants in pots. When it gets too cold, just bring the pots indoors and keep them near a window or under a grow lamp. For a regular supply of thick, succulent, leaves for juicing, you should have several plants.

One issue in growing Aloe vera on your own is the difficulty of getting the right plant. There are several aloes that look very similar, but you need to have nothing but the Aloe vera species to enjoy all the health benefits it offers.

Another species called Aloe arborescens also has medicinal properties, while the purgative ‘bitter aloes’ is obtained from the sap of Aloe ferox. Aloe vera usually has yellow flowers, but flower color cannot be the basis for determining the right aloe since there are many natural and man-made hybrid varieties around. So, get your plants from a reliable source.

Grow your aloe plants in all purpose potting soil with some extra sand or perlite added to ensure good drainage. Aloes can take quite a lot of neglect, but not water logging. The juvenile plants have white spots on the leaves, but mature plants have solid dull green color. 

You can start harvesting the lower leaves for juicing once the plants have 8-10 thick, fleshy, mature leaves. Make the cuts close to the base with a sharp knife and allow the sap to ooze out. We are going to use the fleshy meat of the leaves, not the sap.

Wash the leaf and place it on a plate the flat side up. Using a sharp knife, slice off the top rind to expose the clear meat underneath. Scrape it out with a spoon, and you have the clear pulp of Aloe vera. It is colorless unless you have scraped off a bit of the rind too.

Fresh Aloe vera gel has a mild, watery taste with the slightest hint of sharpness, neither overly bitter nor sour. You can have around one to two tablespoons at a time, plain or mixed with water, lemonade, coconut water or fruit/vegetable juices.

If you want to make larger quantities and refrigerate, cut the leaves into 3” sections and remove the edges. Remove the rind from both sides to get the transparent ‘fillets’. Liquidize them and store in glass jars for up to a week.

Fruit Juice Suppliers Manufacturers

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 Our factory, located in Song Than 2 Industrial Park with 30, 000 square meters, possesses the yearly producing capacity of 3,000,000 cartons of Drinks. And also, We have build up a strong research and development team, who is continuously improving our manufacturing process, quality standards of our products.

With the comprehensive understanding in various ranges of Vietnam products and long-time experience in import-export sector, with our enthusiastic, determined team, we are proud to say that we have been shipping many Order to the USA, Europe, India , Pacific Island, Hong Kong, China , Singapore, Malaysia, Korea, Japan, Africa , Australia…Our customers are worldwide Dealer distribution, shops, restaurants , supermarkets …

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How to Make Olive Juice

Olives offer a range of health benefits. They contain healthy fatty acids, like oleic acid, and provide worthwhile levels of zinc, vitamin e, and antioxidant phytonutrients. Olive juice provides you with the same health benefits, but it does contain a high level of sodium, as well.

 

Steps

  1. Image titled Make Olive Juice Step 11Select a jar of brine-cured or lye-cured olives. Cured olives work best because they are relatively easy to come by and can be preserved longer than fresh olives.
    • Water-cured olives can be used if you want a fresher flavor, but these olives tend to be considerably bitterer and do not last quite as long as brine-cured olives.
    • You could use fresh olives during harvest season, which falls out around late September through mid November, but fresh olives have a very bitter taste that may make the juice less palatable.
    • Dried olives should be avoided, since they do not contain enough juice to extract.
    • Use whole or pitted olives. Avoid olives that are stuffed with other ingredients.
     
  2. Image titled Make Olive Juice Step 22Wash the olives to remove the brine. Clean the olives under running water to rinse off any brine or dirt that may be on the surface. Even though you will end up placing the olives in a salty, brine-like solution later on, it is important that you wash off any old brine to avoid contaminating the solution you use with additional salt. 
  3. Image titled Make Olive Juice Step 33Pierce each olive with a toothpick or needle. Make two or three small holes in each olive. Piercing the olive allows the juices inside to soak into the liquid you will eventually sit your olives in.
    • Crushing the olives beforehand may release too much of the juice too early, causing you to lose it. If you do not pierce the olives, however, the juice may struggle to break through the skin and reach the liquid.
     
  4. Image titled Make Olive Juice Step 44Place each pierced olive into a glass jar. The olives should fill the jar about halfway. 
  5. Image titled Make Olive Juice Step 55Mix water, salt, and vinegar in a separate bowl. Blend the ingredients together with a spoon. The liquid should have a murky appearance. If it still seems clear, you may need to add another 1 teaspoon (4.8 grams) of salt. 
  6. Image titled Make Olive Juice Step 66Pour the liquid solution into the glass jar. Do not fill the jar to the top. Instead, leave about 4 inches (10 centimeters) of empty space in between the surface of the water and the brim of the jar. 
  7. Image titled Make Olive Juice Step 77Add the twig of peppermint to the jar. Push it down so that it sits beneath the surface of the water. This step is only optional, but peppermint does add a dimension of freshness to the olive juice. 
  8. Image titled Make Olive Juice Step 88Seal and shake the jar. Make sure that the lid is securely held in place and will not loosen or come undone accidentally. Then, give the jar a vigorous shake to loosen the juice inside the olives and mix it with the other ingredients. 
  9. Image titled Make Olive Juice Step 99Place the jar of olives in the refrigerator. The juice needs time to blend into the water and other ingredients. Leave the olives inside the refrigerator for a minimum of 30 minutes or overnight. 
  10. Image titled Make Olive Juice Step 1010Shake the jar once you pull it out of the refrigerator. Shaking it again gives the ingredients one last time to mix together. 
  11. Image titled Make Olive Juice Step 1111Pour the liquid into a second, smaller glass jar. Strain out the olives and the sprig of mint. Set the olives on a glass or plastic cutting board and discard the mint. 
  12. Image titled Make Olive Juice Step 1212Crush the olives. Use the bottom of your larger, now empty glass jar. Press the bottom of the jar over each olive, crushing the olive and releasing additional juice.
    • Note that it is also important to use a plastic or glass cutting board. If you crush the olives on a wooden board, some of the juice may end up getting absorbed into the wood.
    • You may also find it helpful to use a plate or bowl. Many cutting boards do not have lips, so some of the juices could run off. If you crush the olives inside a bowl, however, the juices will remain.
     
  13. Image titled Make Olive Juice Step 1313Drain the pressed juice into the olive juice mixture. You may need to strain the juice out by scraping or dumping your pile of crushed olives into a strainer. 
  14. Image titled Make Olive Juice Step 1414Seal and shake the jar of juice. Give the jar a vigorous shake to combine the new juice you added to the existing juice solution. 
  15. Image titled Make Olive Juice Step 1515Store your olive juice in the refrigerator until ready to use. Shake the jar before each use to make sure that none of the ingredients have settled or separated.

http://www.wikihow.com/Make-Olive-Juice

 

Some Rita Product:

Wholesale beverage Olive juice good for health 1
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Ba Moi’s vineyard in Ninh Thuan

VietNamNet Bridge – Ba Moi’s vineyard has become a popular tourist destination in Ninh Thuan province’s Ninh Phuoc district. The vineyard, famous for producing high-quality grapes through the application of the VietGap cultivation model, has contributed significantly to new rural development in Ninh Thuan.

 

 

Ninh Thuan, vineyard, Ba Moi, Eurogap standards

Standing on Mong Bridge, which spans the Dinh River, tourists can enjoy a panoramic view of Ba Moi’s vineyard. The best time to visit the vineyard is in the summer when the grapes are ripe.

A pioneer in grape and wine production, Ba Moi has helped create a trademark for Ninh Thuan grape. His products are safe and of good quality thanks to his application of VietGap or the Vietnamese Good Agricultural Practice model.

Moi received the VietGap certificate for his products in 2010. He told VOV: "VietGap is not a magic wand that can change Vietnamese farmers’ lives in a blink. It’s a passport to bring our products to the customers by ensuring the products’ quality and safety."

Ba Moi’s vineyard is harvested twice a year, yielding 15 tons each harvest. Each hectare of grapevines earns Ba Moi US$5,000.

He said: “In Ninh Thuan we have more than 200 hectares for growing grapes under VietGAP standards and we have established links between farmers in the region. We have developed a project to help 83 farming households in Phuoc Vinh and Xuan Hai commune obtain a VietGAP certificate. I believe growing grapes will help them reduce poverty.”

Ninh Thuan, vineyard, Ba Moi, Eurogap standards
 

By producing safe grapes, grape wines, nectar, and jams, hundreds of farming households in Ninh Thuan have developed a grape growing area of 1,100 hectares, supplying quality products for Ba Moi processing facilities.

Ba Moi has been nurturing a dream of introducing Ba Moi and Ninh Thuan grape brand to the world.

He is working towards establishing a modern grape production chain under Switzerland’s Eurogap standards.

Ba Moi said combining grape growing and eco-tourism is one the channels to further spread the popularity of Ba Moi and Ninh Thuan grapes and a good way to promote other farm products of Ninh Thuan Province.     

http://english.vietnamnet.vn/fms/travel/135867/ba-moi-s-vineyard-in-ninh-thuan.html

 

Some Rita Product:

 

glass 320ml fruit grape juice private label brand
  • Volume: 320 ml
  • Shelf life: 18 months
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Sparking coconut water with grape flavor 250ml Pet can
  • Volume: 250 ml
  • Shelf life: 18 months
 
 
 
grape fruit juice 340ml glass bottle
  • Shelf life: 24 months
  • Packaging: Glass Bottle
 
 
 
Grape juice drink 330ml
  • Shelf life: 24 months
  • Packaging: Aluminum can
 
 
 
Grape juice drink 250ml
  • Volume: 250 ml
  • Packaging: Tin can Aluminum can
 
 
 
1000ml bag grape juice drink
  • Volume: 1L
  • Shelf life: 12 months
  • Packaging: Bag

 

 

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