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Characteristics and composition of chaenomeles fruit juice

  title={Characteristics and composition of chaenomeles fruit juice},
  author={P. Hell{\'i}n and Roser Guiteras Vila and Mar{\'i}a Jos{\'e} Jord{\'a}n and Jos{\'e} Laencina and Kimmo Rumpunen and Jos{\'e} Mar{\'i}a Ros},
In this paper, characteristics and chemical composition of chaenomeles fruit juice are reported for different taxa in the genus Chaenomeles (C. japonica, C. speciosa, C. cathayensis, C. japonica x C. speciosa, and C. x superba). Average fruit weight was 27–211 g and the juice yield was 42–50% based on fresh weight of fruits. The chaenomeles juice was very acidic, with a pH of 2.5–2.8, and the titratable acidity was at most 4.2% calculated as anhydrous citric acid. The content of vitamin C and… 
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