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PROGRAM FOR
THIRTEENTH ANNUAL CITRUS PROCESSORS8 MEETING OC
University of Florida
Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred, Florida
Tuesday, October 2, 1962


Morning Program 9:45 A.M. 12:15 P.M.

Introductory Remarks. Herman J. Reitz, Horticulturist-in-Charge, Citrus
Experiment Station, Lake Alfred, Florida.

Flavor Research Investigations.

Present Status on Analysis of Flavor and Aroma of Orange Juices by
Gas Chromatography. Richard W, Wolford, Gilbert E. Alberding, and
John A. Attaway, Florida Citrus Commission, Lake Alfred, Florida.

The Identification of Some Alcohols and Acids in Orange Essences.
John A. Attaway, Richard W, Wolford, and Gilbert E. Alberding,
Florida Citrus Commission, Lake Alfred, Florida.

Relation of Specific Gravity of Whole Fruit to the Internal Quality of
Oranges. S. V. Ting, Florida Citrus Commission, Lake Alfred, Florida.

Improved Methods for Determining Pounds-Solids in Oranges for Processing.
James G. Blair, Florida Citrus Commission, Lake Alfred, Florida.



Afternoon Program 1:30 P.M. 3:30 P.M.
Panel Discussion
High-Density Frozen Concentrated Orange Juice

Moderator: H. E. Apple, Manager of Production, Birdseye Division, General
Foods Corporation, Winter Haven, Florida.

Potentialities of High-Density Frozen Orange Concentrate and Some
Management Problems. A. H, Reppard, Jr., Vice-President in Charge of
Operations, Pasco Packing Company, Dade City, Florida.

Equipment for Production of High-Density Frozen Orange Concentrate.
J. M. Fiske, Fiske-Gay Associates, Inc., Consultant Engineers,
Orlando and Lakeland, Florida.

Quality of High-Density Frozen Orange Concentrate and Its Control.
Charles H. Brokaw, Director of Quality Control, Minute Maid Company,
A Division of the Coca-Cola Company, Orlando, Florida.

Consumer Surveys and Marketing Aspects of High-Density Frozen Orange
Concentrate. William E. Black, Director of Marketing Research, Florida
Citrus Commission, Lakeland, Florida.

Florida Citrus Experiment Station
and Florida Citrus Commission,
Lake Alfred, Florida.
10/2/62 FWW







THIRTEENTH ANNUAL CITRUS PROCESSORS' MEETING
University of Florida Citrus Experiment Station
and Florida Citrus Commission,
Lake Alfred, Florida
October 2, 1962


Research Reports

The summaries and tables of data in these reports were assembled and
mimeographed so that this information would be available to the Florida
citrus processors for use during the coming season. In this manner the re-
sults of research investigations are released to processors promptly and
without the long delay entailed in writing, editing, and reviewing that is
necessary for final publication.

In addition to the papers presented at this meeting, the following
reports concerning citrus processing and by-products are also attached.

(1) High-Density Frozen Concentrated Citrus Juices Publications.

(2) Some Characteristics of Commercial Frozen Orange Concentrates
Processed during the 1959-60, 1960-61, and 1961-62 Citrus Seasons.
Citrus Station Mimeo Series 63-4.

(3) Summary of Citrus Processing, By-Products, and Some Related
Research Projects for the year ending June 30, 1962.


ALL OF THESE REPORTS ARE FOR LIMITED DISTRIBUTION ONLY. INFORMATION IN
THESE REPORTS IS NOT TO BE USED FOR PUBLICATION WITHOUT PERMISSION.


The data and information in these reports were obtained and assembled
through the cooperative effort of the following personnel.

Florida Citrus Experiment Station Staff - Citrus processing and by-
products -- under direction of Dr. Herman J. Reitz -- Rudolph Hendrickson,
J. W. Kesterson, S. K. Long, W. F. Newhall, R. W. Olsen, Roger Patrick, A. H.
Rouse and F. W. Wenzel. - Other departments -- G. J. Edwards, F. W. Hayward,
L. C. Knorr and W. G. Long.

Florida Citrus Commission Staff - Citrus processing and by-products --
under direction of Dr. L. G. MacDowell -- G. E. Alberding, C. D. Atkins, J. A.
Attaway, R. W. Barron, J. G. Blair, M. H. Dougherty, E. C. Hill, R. L. Huggart,
M. D. Maraulja, E. L. Moore and R. W. Wolford. -- Other departments -- M. F.
Oberbacher, C. H. Hendershott, S. V. Ting, and H. M. Vines.

Acknowledgment for helpful assistance given is also made to Fred Schopke,
C. L. Johnson, Irene Pruner, Louise Cherry, Bernice Mercer, Gusta Livingston,
and to all other personnel who helped in many and various ways.


Florida Citrus Experiment Station
and Florida Citrus Commission,
Lake Alfred, Florida.
10/2/62 FWW