Journal Article: Lemon juice color evaluation: Sensory and instrumental studies (1984)

The ability to use the Hunter Citrus Colorimeter d45 for the objective measurement of lemon juice color was studied. The correlation coefficient between 25 panelists’ visual ranking of lemon juice lightness to darkn4ess and colorimeter D45 color scores was 0.98. This paper presents the methods used in preparing the lemon juice sample for color measurement and the implication of the sensory results for the potential use of the Hunter Citrus Colorimeter D45 for lemon juice color measurement by the citrus industry.

This article appears as:
Anthoney, K., Ennis, D. M., and Cook, P. (1984). Lemon juice color evaluation: Sensory and instrumental studies. Journal of Food Science, 49(6), 1435-1437.

Colleagues can request this journal article here:
Lemon juice color evaluation: Sensory and instrumental studies

Not a Colleague? Click here to join for free!

Upcoming Webinar

September 21, 2017

Large TURF Problems: Finding Custom Solutions


Announcing the release of the 2016 Webinar Series Package!

Offered at a discounted rate of 50% off regular price, this package contains recordings of all four webinars offered during the 2016 Quarterly Webinar Series.

Create Your Own Webinar Package


Webinar calendar


Become a Colleague!

Join now to gain access to our technical reports, presentations, and more!

Click here to login or join.

Student Award

Now accepting applications for the
2017 Institute for Perception Student Award

site search