There has been a long association between fruit juices and flavourings. Traditionally, fruit flavourings were some of the earliest types available and because of their relative simplicity, they have often been used to enhance or substitute for fruit juices in beverages.
KeywordsFruit Juice Soluble Solid Content Volatile Substance Volatile Fraction Food Flavoring
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