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Multisensory flavor perception: Assessing the influence of fruit acids and color cues on the perception of fruit-flavored beverages

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We report a study designed to investigate the influence of fruit acids (in particular, citric and malic acid) on people's perception of the identity and the intensity of a variety of different fruit-flavored solutions. Participants had to identify the flavor of fruit-flavored drinks that were colored yellow, grey, orange, red, or else were presented as colorless solutions. The participants also rated the intensity of flavor, sweetness, and sourness of each solution using a Labelled Magnitude ...

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Journal:
FOOD QUALITY AND PREFERENCE
Volume:
19
Issue:
3
Pages:
335-343
Publication date:
2008-04-05
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ISSN:
0950-3293
URN:
uuid:7a455499-1e03-4bf5-9117-b68b062ec422
Source identifiers:
3926
Local pid:
pubs:3926

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