Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Martinelli Apple Cider & Juice

Company confirmation from Martinelli states that there is nothing but apples in their juices & ciders.

Any citric acid used is naturally derived from malic acid in the apples. No corn derivatives are used to wash the apples prior to processing, and no corn derivatives are used in the processing or packaging.

There was a reaction reported to Martinelli's Apple Cider, but it is unsure if that reaction is corn-related.

If you do have problems with this product, do let us know.

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