Some drinks that contain sulfate include dried citrus fruit beverage mixes.
Condiments and relishes: Horseradish, onion and pickle relishes, pickles, olives, salad dressing mixes as well as white and red wine vinegar.
Confectionary items: Molasses, brown, raw, powdered or white sugar that comes from sugar beets.
Modified Dairy Products: Filled milk (a specially prepared skimmed milk).
Fish and Shellfish: Canned clams; fresh, frozen, canned or dried shrimp; frozen lobster; scallops and dried cod.
Plant protein products: Canned, bottled or frozen fruit juices including lemon, lime, grape and apple; dried fruit; canned, bottled or frozen dietetic fruit or fruit juices; maraschino cherries and glazed fruit.
Sweet sauces and toppings: Corn syrup, maple syrup, fruit toppings, and high-fructose corn syrup and pancake syrup
Grains and pastas: Cornstarch, modified food starch, spinach pasta, gravies, batters, noodle and rice mixes also feature. There are some jams and jellies and nut products and shredded coconut.
Processed Vegetables: Vegetable juice, canned vegetables (including potatoes), pickled vegetables (including sauerkraut), dried vegetables, instant mashed potatoes, frozen potatoes and potato salad.
Snack Foods: Include dried fruit snacks, trail mixes and filled crackers as well as soup and canned seafood soups and dried soup mixtures.
Potatoes also contain sulfates as well as gelatins, puddings, and fillings with fruit, flavored and unflavored gelatin as well as those containing pectin jelling agents.
Drugs also have this in including antiemetics or nausea related tablets, cardiovascular drugs, antibiotics, tranquilizers, intravenous muscle relaxants, analgesics, anesthetics, steroids and nebulizer solutions for asthma treatment.