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December 1, 1934

Committee on Foods

JAMA. 1934;103(22):1709. doi:10.1001/jama.1934.02750480047013

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Abstract

NOT ACCEPTABLE 

  1. BOWEY'S DARI-RICH SYRUP

  2. BOWEY'S DARI-RICH POWDER

  3. BOWEY'S PASTEURIZED DARI-RICH CHOCOLATE FLAVORED SWEETENED, PARTIALLY DEFATTED MILK

Bowey's, Inc., Chicago, submitted to the Committee on Foods (1) a syrup prepared from sucrose, water, cocoa, vanilla extract and a trace of agar called Bowey's Dari-Rich Syrup; (2) a powdered mix prepared from sucrose, cocoa, water, vanilla extract and agar (U. S. P.) called Bowey's Dari-Rich Powder, and (3) a pasteurized, chocolate flavored, sweetened, partially defatted milk, called Bowey's Pasteurized Dari-Rich Chocolate Flavored Sweetened, Partially Defatted Milk, prepared by (a) mixing partially defatted pasteurized milk (2 per cent milk fat) with "Bowey's Dari-Rich Syrup" or (b) mixing partially defatted milk (2 per cent milk fat) with sugar and "Bowey's Dari-Rich Powder."

Discussion of Name.—  The name "Dari-Rich" applied to the syrup and powder phonetically implies that the products are rich in milk, whereas they contain no milk; applied to

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