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June 30, 1934

Committee on Foods

JAMA. 1934;102(26):2186-2187. doi:10.1001/jama.1934.02750260032011

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  1. Adohr Milk Farms'

  2. Joppe's

  3. F. B. Mallory, Inc.

  4. Pure White Dairy Company's Jersey, Special and Holstein

  5. Rochester Dairy Company's

  6. Telling-Belle Vernon Company's

  7. Valley Bell

Distributors.—  (1) Adohr Milk Farms, Los Angeles; (2) Joppe's Dairy, Grand Rapids, Mich.; (3) F. B. Mallory, Inc., Springfield, Mass.; (4) Pure White Dairy Company, Tulsa, Okla.; (5) Rochester Dairy Company, Rochester, Minn.; (6) The Telling-Belle Vernon Company, Cleveland; (7) Valley Bell Dairy Company, Inc., Charleston, W. Va.

Description.—  Bottled pasteurized vitamin D milk irradiated with ultraviolet rays (patent No. 1,680,818).

Preparation.—  The milk complies with legal requirements and is pasteurized by the standard holding method. For description of irradiation, see The Journal, Oct. 7, 1933, page 1155.

Vitamins.—  Clinical investigation shows this milk to be a reliable antirachitic agent if proper amount is used. Contains 135 U. S. P. X (Revised, 1934) vitamin

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