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ilaria navone, sofia castelli

ilaria navone

on 20 November 2012

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THE EFFERVESCENT BRIOSCHI Castelli Sofia & Navone Ilaria It's active principle is SODIUM BICARBONATE (1,80g) and also TARTARIC ACID (1,62 g) Sodium bicarbonate is a chemical compound with the formula NaHCO3, it has a white and powdery appearence.
it has many uses, the most common ones are in cooking and in medial use Tartaric acid is a white crystalline organic acid
It occurs naturally in many plants, and is commonly combined with baking soda to function as a leavening agent in recipes what is it?
it is a granule effervescent purpose?
anti acid provides relief of:
acid indigestion
upset stomach
heartburn inactive ingredients:
corn syrup
natural lemon flavor in each 6 g dose, are present 500 g of Sodium The company’s origins date back to 1880 when Achille Antonio Brioschi (1860–1942), began the small-scale production of the so-called effervescente Brioschi: a powder which, when dissolved in water, produced a refreshing drink BRIOSCHI HISTORY It was not a medicine, nor was it marketed as one, although the idea for it derived from effervescent products based on magnesium citrate which had originated in the UK The business grew and the product found various export markets of which the first was Brazil advertisements through time ... nowadays advertisement first TV advertisement last advertisemnt Who owns Brioschi? --> BOLTON GROUP "What worked well then, works well now"
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