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Chemistry and technology of citrus juices and by-products

  • C. M. Hendrix
  • J. B. Redd

Abstract

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.

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Orange Juice Citrus Fruit Grapefruit Juice Citrus Juice Scrape Surface Heat Exchanger 
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