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January 4, 1936

Committee on Foods

JAMA. 1936;106(1):43. doi:10.1001/jama.1936.02770010045012

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Abstract

CELLU STRAWBERRIES PACKED IN WATER WITHOUT ADDED SUGAR OR SALT 

Distributor.—  The Chicago Dietetic Supply House, Inc., Chicago.

Packer.—  Eugene Fruit Growers Association, Eugene, Ore.

Description.—  Canned cooked strawberries packed in water without added sugar or salt.

Manufacture.—  Ripe strawberries are stemmed by hand, spray washed, graded according to size, sorted (defective fruit and foreign material are removed), again spray washed, filled into cans and covered with water. The treatment thereafter is the same as for Cellu Blackberries Packed in Water Without Added Sugar or Salt (The Journal, Sent. 28. 1935, p. 1039).

Calories.—  0.3 per gram; 9 per ounce.

Claims of Distributor.—  For diets in which sweetened fruit is proscribed.

  1. GRIDLEY BUTTERSCOTCH ICE CREAM

  2. GRIDLEY FRUIT SALAD ICE CREAM

  3. GRIDLEY NESSELRODE PUDDING

  4. GRIDLEY NEW YORK ICE CREAM

  5. GRIDLEY NUT TOFFEE ICE CREAM

Manufacturer.—  Gridley Dairy Company, Inc., Milwaukee.

Description.— 

  1. Basic Vanilla Ice Cream Mix (The Journal, Sept. 7, 1935, p. 801) flavored with butterscotch confection 'prepared from corn syrup, cream (18

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