Zumo means fruit juice in Spain. It is everywhere in Spain and commonly served with breakfast in good cafeterias.
This juice is a mixture of the most popular fruits in this country, such as naranja (orange), pina (pineapple) and melocotón (peach).

Zumo natural is a freshly squeezed juice.

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