HANDBOOK OF CITRUS BY-PRODUCTS AND PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY. Robert J. Braddock. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 605 Third Avenue, New York, NY 10158 (212-850-6569 or 1-800-Call Wiley). ISBN: 0-471-190241. 1999. 211 pp. $89.95

Of the annual U.S. citrus production, approximately 9 million metric tons are processed into juice or concentrate. Since peel, rag, core, and seeds constitute 40–50% of the fruit, some 4 million metric tons of these wastes are generated. The problems inherent in disposal of this …

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