Apples utilized for squeezed apple are typically gathered among September and mid-November in the Northern Hemisphere and between February to mid April in the Southern Hemisphere. A typical cultivar utilized for squeezed apple is the McIntosh. Roughly two medium McIntosh apples produce around 200 milliliters of juice. After the apples are picked, they are washed and transported to the handling office. The apples are then squeezed and squeezed immediately to stay away from spoilage. Depending on the organization and finished result, the apples can be handled in various routes previously squeezing. Squeezed apple is then separated, with the amount of strong particles remaining halfway characterizing the distinction between squeezed apple and apple juice. In situations where the squeezed apple is dealt with ezymatically, the run of the mill class of proteins utilized are pectinases.