Bug Juice is a Disney Channel reality series that premiered on February 28, 1998. The series focuses around 20 kids and their experiences at summer camp. Together, the kids work hard to excel in their activities and become friends. The phrase 'Bug Juice' is a camping slang term for a very sweet juice drink made from powdered mixes, such as Kool-Aid, which are often served at summer camps.

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Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 1998-02-28

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Sugarcane juice is the syrup extracted from pressed sugarcane. “Juice” is misleading as this is not a fruit or vegetable juice. It is consumed as a beverage in many places, especially where sugarcane is commercially grown such as Southeast Asia, the Indian Subcontinent, Egypt, and Latin America. Evaporated cane juice, as an ingredient in prepared food, is a misleading way of saying “sugar”. Sugarcane juice is obtained by crushing peeled sugar cane in a mill and is one of the main precursors of rum.

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Evaporated cane juice is a misleading term for “sugar”. Sugar can include glucose or fructose. Sugar is a partially purified sugar syrup, produced from a single-crystallization process during sugar cane milling. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) defines evaporated cane juice as any sweetener derived from sugarcane syrup. The US FDA considers the term “evaporated cane juice” to be misleading because the term incorrectly suggests that it is a juice, when it is sugar syrup. Instead, the US FDA recommends using “sugar cane syrup” or “dried cane syrup” on food labels.

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