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The consumption of apple juice






Econ. Annalist. 10: 91-93

The consumption of apple juice

Visitors to the exhibitions at Toronto, Sherbrooke and Quebec, during August and September 1940, were questioned with respect to their use of canned apple juice. It was found that the number of persons interviewed who had tried this juice in their homes ranged from 35 to 40 per cent. for Quebec to 67 per cent. for Toronto. In 352 Toronto and 202 Sherbrooke and Quebec households, which used apple juice, the annual consumption per caput was 384 and 684 oz., respectively.


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