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Soft drinks and fruit juices are produced in almost every country in the world and their availability is remarkable.
Like all citrus plants, the orange tree originated in Asia. The exact site of its appearance is hotly debated. Nevertheless, citrus fruits are said to have emerged in the east of Asia in the lands now belonging to India, China, Bhutan, Burma and Malaysia. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF. Skip to main content.
Wareing and IntroductionSoft drinks and fruit juices represent an important market within the food increasing variety of products being released at a bewildering rate hasaltered the potential for spoilage problems. Carbonation shifts the spoilage flora tothose organisms tolerant of carbon dioxide. The use of ever more exotic raw ingredients may lead to the discovery ofunusual spoilage organisms in the future. Yeasts in general, andZygosaccharomyces bailiiin particular, remain the key spoilage organismsbecause of their overall physiology and resistance to organic acid preservatives Stratfordet al. Wareing and R.
Chemistry and Technology of Soft Drinks and Fruit Juices, Second Edition. Editor(s). Philip R. Ashurst. First published:1 December
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Soft drinks consumption is still a controversial issue for public health and public policy.Reply
providing an overview of the science and technology of soft drinks and fruit juice products, and of the industries that manufacture and support them. The.Reply
Chemistry and Technology of Soft Drinks and Fruit Juices, Third Edition. Editor(s):. Philip R. Ashurst. First published JanuaryReply