Question #00015


Often the orange beverage served out of coolers in
cafeterias is not actually orange juice, but rather a mix of
artificial flavors and colors dissolved in water. Making
an artificial product that closely resembles natural juice
is exceedingly difficult because real juice conveys a wide
range of visual, textural, aromatic, and flavor cues that
are expensive to mimic. But since the purported orange
juice in this cafeteria contains some pulp, it must be
genuine.

Which one of the following statements provides the most
support to the argument?






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