OTHER WORDS FROM sulfitesul·fit·ic [suhl-fit-ik], /sʌlˈfɪt ɪk/, adjective
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That means no filtering and minimal additional sugar or sulfites.
When I first fell in love with the grape back in the 1980s, organic wines were few and far between and considered inherently faulty because of the lack of sulfites, a commonly used natural preservative that keeps wine from spoiling in bottle.
Confusion persists over definitions, especially in the United States, where the government defines an organic wine as one without added sulfites.
Not only does it have histamines and sulfites, but it also has a protein found in grape skin called LTP.
More than a mere trace of the precipitate proves that some sulfite was used to preserve the meat.Detection of the Common Food Adulterants|Edwin M. Bruce
In the most common process the reagent is calcium sulfite, made by passing sulfur fumes (SO2) into lime water.
But the sulfite liquors of the paper mills are being worked up successfully into industrial alcohol.
A combination of ground and sulfite wood makes the paper now used for news-print.How To Write Special Feature Articles|Willard Grosvenor Bleyer