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LARSEN'S "FRESHLIKE" STRAINED APRICOTS
The Larsen Company, Green Bay, Wiscon.
Canned, sieved apricots.
Apricots heated, sieved and canned in vacuum. The cans are processed and promptly cooled.
0.5 per gram; 14 per ounce.
The method of preparation, sieving and processing are considered efficient for protecting the vitamins.
Claims of Manufacturer.—
For all table uses of strained apricots, but especially intended for infants, children and convalescents and for special "smooth" diets. Only warming is required for serving. • The natural mineral and vitamin values are retained in high degree.
The following products have been accepted by the Committee on Foods of the American Medical Association following any necessary corrections of the labels and advertising to conform to the Rules and Regulations. These products are approved for advertising in the publications of the American Medical Association, and for general promulgation to the public. They will be included in the Book of Accepted Foods to be published by the American Medical Association.Franklin C. Bing, Secretary.
KING BRAND SYRUP
Committee on Foods. JAMA. 1936;107(1):38–39. doi:10.1001/jama.1936.02770270040013
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