Life After Sulfites: The Feds Are On The Case
Ever since the Food & Drug Administration banned sulfites--chemical additives that keep food from turning brown--because they can cause severe allergic reactions, food scientists have stepped up the search for ways to increase the shelf life of raw fruit and vegetables and fresh juices.
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