Aroma stability and sensory aspects of commercially produced orange juice: gas chromatography–olfactometry study

The effects of pasteurization and 4-month storage on the aroma profile of orange juices with pulp that were fully processed and packed in inert nitrogen atmosphere were investigated within the span of 2 years (2018 and 2019).

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