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09/25/2004

Sodium Bicarbonate Anti-Clumping Packets

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  Sodium bicarbonate is the main ingredient in soda crackers that helps soak up moisture in sugar, salt, parmasian cheese and other products that might clump when moisture condenses and creates a clumping or solidifying problem. We can make sodium bicarbonate packets to put in with the products or solid discs that fit the bottom of the containers. Much better than shaking the container or wasting the product by thowing it out because it becomes useless when solidified. And it is a terrible waste of time to try and break up clumps with a knife and shaking the can doesn't always work. You would eventually have to throw it out and sealing it within plastic containers or storage containers of some kind doesn't stop the clumping process. You can save money and trouble with this new sodium bicarbonate packet or disc.
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