|Title:||國產與進口甜橙及葡萄抽鮮果品質之比較||Other Titles:||Quality Comparison of Local and Imported Oranges and Grapefruits||Authors:||區少梅
Andi Ou Chen
|Keywords:||Orange;grapefruit;quality||Issue Date:||Jun-1991||Publisher:||臺灣省農業試驗所||Related Publication(s):||農業試驗所特刊第35號||Start page/Pages:||89-113||Source:||台灣果樹之生產及研究發展研討會專刊||Conference:||台灣果樹之生產及研究發展研討會
Proceeding of A Symposium on Fruit Production, Research and Development in Taiwan
Citrus fruits are the major kind of fruit in winter in Taiwan. Due to the free trade policy, New Taiwan dollars’ value rise and customs decline, the majority of imported goods including oranges and grapefruits are sold in the market, it is a big strike to the local citrus fruits producers. The purpose of this study is using sensory evaluaion and instrumental analysis to investigate the quality of local produced citrus fruits and imported ones and to analyze the correspondence and difference between the results from the sensory and chemical/physical analysis. The results are as follows
1. The acidity and Brix of the local grapefruits were less than that of imported ones, but its juiciness and freshness were superior to those of imported ones. However, they were not significantly different in hedonic sensory scores.
2. For the oranges, the imported ones had higher acidity, stronger flavor and more expensive than the local ones, the sensory results showed the local ones were superior to the imported ones. For Ponkan and Tonkan, they have optimal Brix/Acid, they were liked by local prople for fresh consumption.
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