Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice Odor: A Review

@article{PrezCacho2008FreshSO,
  title={Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice Odor: A Review},
  author={Pilar Ruiz P{\'e}rez-Cacho and Russell Rouseff},
  journal={Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition},
  year={2008},
  volume={48},
  pages={681 - 695}
}
Fresh orange juice is a highly desirable but unstable product. This review examines analytical findings, odor activity, and variations due to cultivar, sampling methods, manner of juicing, plus possible enzymatic and microbial artifacts. Initial attempts to characterize orange juice odor were based on volatile quantitation and overemphasized the importance of high concentration volatiles. Although over 300 volatiles have been reported from GC-MS analytical studies, this review presents 36… 

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