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Citric Acid

(Beverages.) - (Nelsons Home Comforts)







This acid exists in the juice of many fruits, such as the orange,

currant, and quince, but especially in that of the lemon. It is chiefly

made from the concentrated juice of lemons, imported from Sicily and

Southern Italy, and which, after undergoing certain methods of

preparation, yields the crystals termed Citric Acid. These crystals may

be used for all the purposes for which lemon-juice is employed. In the

manufacture of the Citric Acid now offered to the public by Messrs. G.

Nelson, Dale, and Co., only the pure juice of the lemon is used.











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