RESEARCH: The hunt for fresh orange juice taste

By Monica Dobie | 17 September 2004

Scientists from the USA's Agricultural Research Service are trying to improve the taste of reconstituted orange juice in order to match the flavour of freshly squeezed orange juice that most consumers prefer.

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Scientists from the USA's Agricultural Research Service are trying to improve the taste of reconstituted orange juice in order to match the flavour of freshly squeezed orange juice that most consumers prefer.

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