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October 13, 1934

Committee on Foods

JAMA. 1934;103(15):1151. doi:10.1001/jama.1934.02750410041010

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Abstract

HAWAIIAN FINEST QUALITY PINEAPPLE 

  1. Aurora Brand Broken Slices and Sliced

  2. Bing Brand Crushed and Tidbits

  3. Blossom Brand Broken Slices

  4. Cloverhill Crushed and Slices

  5. Forest Park Brand Crushed, Slices and Tidbits

  6. Good Kind Crushed, Slices and Salad Cut

  7. Lehmann's De Luxe Crushed and Slices

  8. None-Such Brand Crushed, Salad Cuts and Slices

  9. Savoy Crushed, Salad Cut, Slices and Tidbits

  10. Wedgwood Brand Crushed and Slices

Distributors.—  (1), (6) and (9) Steele-Wedeles Company, Chicago. (2) McTighe Grocery Company, Binghamton, N. Y. (3), (4) and (8) Durand-McNeil-Horner Company, Chicago. (5) and (10) Downing, Taylor Company, Springfield, Mass. (7) Lehmann-Higginson Grocer Company, Wichita, Kan.

Packer.—  Hawaiian Pineapple Company, Ltd., San Francisco. Description.—Canned pineapple packed in concentrated pineapple juice with added sucrose. The same as Dole Hawaiian canned pineapple products (The Journal, April 8, 1933, p. 1106, and April 29, 1933, p. 1338).

IRRADIATED VITAMIN D PASTEURIZED 

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