The use of an electronic nose to differentiate NFC orange juices

Kevin L. Goodner, Elizabeth A. Baldwin, Maria J. Jordan, Philip E. Shaw


An electronic nose is utilized to differentiate premium orange juices. Five not-from-concentrate and one from-concentrate juices were analyzed. Adequate separation was achieved between the samples with some overlap of two of the samples. This could indicate similar fruit sources or a processor providing the juice for two different labels. There was significant differences between replications and between air tanks. Multiple injections from the same sample vials produced a linear response.

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Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc.     ISSN 0886-7283