In J. Peter Clark’s Processing column, “Developments in Beverage Processing” (January 2003, p. 72), sentences in the last two paragraphs (second column on p. 74) were inadvertently mixed up. Here are the correct paragraphs:

In Egypt, where mango processors complained about excessive separation in some of their juices, it was observed that many plants had wide open doors and windows, permitting dust and other foreign matter to enter the plants. One technique that is often used to promote separatio…

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