From the grove to the jug [Infographic]
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Jul 29, 2013 | 40299 views | 0 0 comments | 191 191 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Did you know that without a resin product your morning glass of orange juice would taste bitter? That’s because when oranges are squeezed for their juice by large production machines, some of the bitter molecules from the orange rind are pushed into the juice as well. These bitter molecules need to be removed using a specialty resin from Dow. Take a closer look at what an orange goes through to get from fruit on a tree to the sweet, refreshing juice you drink each morning.

For more information on the debittering process, visit Dow Water & Process Solutions.





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