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|Object Type:||corn syrup|
|Category:||Tools & Equipment for Science & Technology|
|Absolute Date:||1935 C|
|Description:||Corn syrup tin with paper label. Blue label with orange border and and orange and white lettering.|
|History of Use:||St. Lawrence Starch began as a corn-milling plant, located in Port Credit. Later produced BeeHive Golden Syrup and other national brands. Port Credit operations were closed 1990.|
|Institution:||Peel Heritage Complex|
|Institution Website:||http://www.pama.peelregion.ca/ Facebook-Peel Heritage Complex Twitter-Peel Heritage Complex YouTube-Peel Heritage Complex|
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