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A new possibility for processing sweet cherries from Switzerland without distillation



A new possibility for processing sweet cherries from Switzerland without distillation



Schweizerische Landwirtschaftliche Forschung 21(1/2): 23-29



Of 27 varieties tested in 1977-1981, 11 were assessed as being well suited to juice production, on the basis of specific gravity of the juice, contents of acids, sugars and phenols, colour and taste.

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