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PROGRAM FOR
EIGHTH ANNUAL CITRUS PROCESSORS' METING
Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred, Florida
Thursday, September 26, 1957

Morning Program 9:45 A.M. 12:00 Noon

1. Effect of the Use of Freeze-Damaged Fruit on the Characteristics
of Frozen Concentrated Orange Juices. George F. Westbrook

2. Enterococcus-like Organisms in Citrus Juices. Roger Patrick

3. Quality and Characteristics of Frozen Orange Concentrates.
F. W. Wenzel
(a) Factors Affecting the Flavor of Frozen Concentrated
Orange Juice.
(b) Problems that May Occur in the Production and Use
of High-Density Orange Concentrate.



Afternoon Program 1:30 P.M. 3:30 P.M.

4. "Operation Research" at the Florida Citrus Experiment Station.
H. J. Reitz, Horticulturist-in-charge, Citrus Experiment Station.

5. Panel Discussion: How Can Proper Handling and Storage of Frozen
Orange Concentrate be Accomplished to Protect the Quality of
this Product?

Dr. W. R. Roy, Vice-president and Director of Research
Minute Maid Corporation, Plymouth, Florida. Panel Moderator.

Mr. Herbert Farnsworth, President, Quincy Markets Cold
Storage and Warehouse Company, Boston, Massachusetts.

Dr. Kenneth G. Dykstra, Director of Laboratories, Birds
Eye Division, General Foods Corporation, Albion, New York.

Mr. C. Gordon Griffith, Vice-president and Manager,
Plantation Frozen Foods, Miami, Florida. Representing National
Association of Frozen Food Distributors.

Mr. Gordon Stedman, Director, Growers and Shippers League
of Florida, Orlando, Florida.

Mr. Lamar English, Officer in Charge, Processed Products
Inspection, Agricultural Marketing Service, U. S. Department of
Agriculture, Winter Haven, Florida.



DEC


Florida Citrus Experiment Station
and Florida Citrus Commission
Lake Alfred, Florida.






EIGHTH ANNUAL CITRUS PROCESSORS MEETING
Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred, Florida
September 26, 1957


The assistance of Dr. W. R. Roy, Vice-president and director of research,
Minute Maid Corporation, Plymouth, Florida, in moderating the panel discussion
on "How Can Proper Handling and Storage of Frozen Orange Concentrate be
Accomplished to Protect the Quality of this Product" is acknowledged and thanks
are extended to him and all of the following panel members, Mr. Herbert
Farnsworth, President, Quincy Markets Cold Storage and Warehouse Company,
Boston, Massachusetts, Dr. Kenneth G. Dykstra, Director of Laboratories, Birds
Eye Division, General Foods Corporation, Albion, New York, Mr. C. Gordon
Griffith, Vice-president and Manager, Plantation Frozen Food, Miami, Florida,
representing National Association of Frozen Food Distributors, Mr. Gordon
Stedman, Director, Growers and Shippers League of Florida, Orlando, Florida, and
Mr. Lamar English, Officer in Charge, Processed Products Inspection, Agricultural
Marketing Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Winter Haven, Florida.

The participation in the program of Dr. George F. Westbrook, Florida
Department of Agriculture, Citrus and Vegetable Inspection Division, Winter
Haven, Florida, was also appreciated.


Research Reports

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

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. H. J. Reitz - Rudolph Hendrickson, J. W.
Kesterson, W. F. Newhall, R. W. Olsen, Roger Patrick, A. H. Rouse, and
F. W. Wenzel.

Florida Citrus Commission Staff - citrus processing and by-products -
under direction of Dr. L. G. MacDowell - C. D. Atkins, R. W. Barron, M. H.
Dougherty, G. H. Ezell, E. C. Hill, R. L. Huggart, M. D. Maraulja, R. R.
McNary, E. L. Moore, and R. W. Wolford.

Acknowledgment for helpful assistance given is also made to Fred Schopke,
Maxine Melvin, Bernice Mercer, Betty Murphy, Irene Pruner and to all other
personnel who helped in many and various ways.
The panel discussion was not summarized or mimeographed and therefore is
not included with these reports.
Florida Citrus Experiment Station
and Florida Citrus Commission,
Lake Alfred, Florida.
817 9/26/57 FWW








The discussion on "Problems that May Occur in the Production and Use of
High-Density Orange Concentrate" by F. W. Wenzel is also not included with
these reports.

Included is a "Summary of Citrus Processing and By-Products Research
Projects" for the year ending June 30, 1957.


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


Florida Citrus Experiment Station
and Florida Citrus Commission,
Lake Alfred, Florida
817a 9/26/57 FWW