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Effects of Water Quality on Canned Carrots, Sweet Cherries, and Apricots1

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J. C. Chiang Utah State University, Logan

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Contributor Notes

Received for publication December 21, 1970.

Graduate student, assistant professor, and professor, respectively of Department of Food Science.

The authors gratefully acknowledge the suggestions of T. E. Furia, Geigy Chemical Co., Ardsley, N. Y. in the conduct of the research and for supplying EDTA.

Organoleptic is a synonym for ‘sensory’ when referring to examination by taste and smell by a panel of judges.

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