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Early-season navel oranges may be too sour for consumers

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Ernestine Ivans, University of California Cooperative Extension
Marie Ferree, UC Davis

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California Agriculture 41(1):20-21.

Published January 01, 1987

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Abstract

In taste-tests, consumers preferred navel oranges with higher sugar-to-acid ratios than were common early in the season.

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The authors gratefully acknowledge the assistance of participating Extension home economists. In California — Lola Lawson, San Joaquin County; Nancy Feld-man, Tuolumne County, Dorothy Thurber, Sacramento County; Audrey Riley, Santa Cruz County; Mary Marshall, San Bernardino County; and Estella West, Santa Clara County. Out of state — Susan Russell, Texas; Ellen Mousin, New York; and Janet Usinger, Nevada

Early-season navel oranges may be too sour for consumers

Ernestine Ivans, Marie Ferree
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Early-season navel oranges may be too sour for consumers

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Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article

Authors

Ernestine Ivans, University of California Cooperative Extension
Marie Ferree, UC Davis

Publication Information

California Agriculture 41(1):20-21.

Published January 01, 1987

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

In taste-tests, consumers preferred navel oranges with higher sugar-to-acid ratios than were common early in the season.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The authors gratefully acknowledge the assistance of participating Extension home economists. In California — Lola Lawson, San Joaquin County; Nancy Feld-man, Tuolumne County, Dorothy Thurber, Sacramento County; Audrey Riley, Santa Cruz County; Mary Marshall, San Bernardino County; and Estella West, Santa Clara County. Out of state — Susan Russell, Texas; Ellen Mousin, New York; and Janet Usinger, Nevada


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