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September 7, 1935

Committee on Foods

JAMA. 1935;105(10):800-801. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760360048012

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Abstract

CELLU SLICED PINEAPPLE PACKED IN WATER WITHOUT ADDED SUGAR OR SALT 

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

Packer.—  Hawaiian Pineapple Company, Ltd., San Francisco.

Description.—  Canned cooked sliced Hawaiian pineapple packed in water without added sugar or salt.

Manufacture.—  The method of manufacture is esentially the same as for Doles 1, 2 and 3 Hawaiian canned pineapple products (The Journal, April 8, 1933, page 1106), with the exception that the fruit is packed in water.

Calories.—  0.5 per gram; 14 per ounce.

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

COFLO—McMATH PROCESS PARTIALLY DEFATTED COOKED COTTONSEED FLOUR 

Manufacturer.—  Traders Oil Mill Company, Fort Worth, Texas.

Description.—  Partially defatted, cooked, pulverized, dehulled cottonseed.

Manufacture.—  Selected cottonseed obtained from the cotton gins is further delinted and hulled. The decorticated seeds are pulverized and are cooked in a definite quantity of water for from seventy to ninety

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