Banana is the fourth most important food crop in the world after rice, wheat and maize. But a large percentage of the crop is typically unsuitable for the fresh market since it is too mature for shipment. High value juices from these excess bananas could be the option. But high viscosity and browning problem seems to be the most severe problem for banana juice processing. Enzymatic clarification of banana pulp emerged as a effective technique for clarification. This book presents the detailed process technology for clarification of banana pulp at different stages of maturity. Each selected maturity stage has been explained with its physic-chemical, mechanical properties and optimized separately for clarification using Response Surface Methodology. Separate topics have been devoted for browning inhibition study for clarified juices. This book will be a valuable reference source to anyone interested in banana juice processing.