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July 28, 1934

Committee on Foods

JAMA. 1934;103(4):260-261. doi:10.1001/jama.1934.02750300034014

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Abstract

Manufacturer.—  John F. Jelke Company, Chicago.

Description.—  Margarine prepared from hydrogenated cottonseed oil, cottonseed oil, salt, and sucrose; churned in milk.

Manufacturer.—  The hydrogenated cottonseed oil is melted to a semiliquid state, churned with the cottonseed oil at a definite temperature, and then with pasteurized milk ripened with cultures of Streptococcus lacticus and associated aroma-producing strains. The resulting emulsion is solidified by cold water sprays, thoroughly cooled, and allowed to stand for a short period, subsequent to which salt and sugar are worked in and excess moisture is removed. The margarine is printed into 1, 2 and 5 pound blocks, which are automatically wrapped in parchment paper and packed in dated cartons.

Calories.—  7.5 per gram; 213 per ounce.

MEAD'S DEXTRI-MALTOSE WITH VITAMIN B (Contains Extracts of Wheat Embryo and Yeast) 

Manufacturer.—  Mead Johnson and Company, Evansville, Ind.

Description.—  Powdered mixture of Mead's Dextri-Maltose No. 2 (essentially maltose and dextrin) and extracts of wheat embryo and yeast

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