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Name: Richard W. M.
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Date: 8/31/2004


Question:
When refined sugar is chlorinated, will there be a residue left in the sugar when the process is finished?


Replies:
According to the Sugar Association chlorine is not used in the refining of sugar at any point. See:

http://www.sugar.org/facts/questions.html

Vince Calder



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