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The recall was initiated because NYSDAM found undeclared, high sulfite levels in the dried apricots during routine product sampling.
We see more and more interest in these wines from wine enthusiasts who believe NSA wines provide the most pure expression of the grape and from those who have sulfite sensitivities or allergies.
Kinetic Studies: In order to determine the effect of sulfite on [V.
This is because, like many conventional wines, they include added sulfite preservatives to prevent oxidation and bacterial spoilage.
The USDA allows up to 100 ppm total sulfite concentration for wines labeled "made with organically grown grapes.
Complicating the issue is the fact that, although commercial sulfite is an additive, sulfite naturally results from yeast fermentation during wine production.
Sulfite wine preservatives accounted partly for this, but sulfite-free wine also burned.
The furnishes studied were a 100% sulfite pulp and a 50/50 sulfite/sulfate pulp, refined to two freeness levels.