Citrus juice sometimes taste more tart than is desirable for ready consumer acceptance. This is particularly true with grapefruit juice, a characteristically tart juice. More than half of the grapefruit juice packed in Florida contains sugar, added to make the juice acceptable to the modern palate. Sugar added to citrus juice not only represents additional processing cost, but also offers only a limited solution to the problem of improving the taste of citrus juice.

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