The Utt Juice Co. plant, which ran along the west side of Prospect
between Main and Third streets, produced 7 million gallons of
juice during the 50 years it was in operation.
The Utt Juice company produced juices, jellies, jams or preserves,
along with hot cake & punch syrups, under the Queen Isabella brand.
The flavors included; Apple, Cactus Apple, Apricot, Wild Blackberry,
Boysenberry, Cider, Feijoa, Concord Grape, Muscat Grape, Guava,
Loganberry, Orange, Papaya, Passion Fruit, Peach, Pear, Persimmon,
Pineapple, Pomegranate, Prune, Quince, Red Raspberry,
Black Raspberry, Rhubarb, Strawberry, Tomato, and Watermellon.
The History of the Utt Juice Company *by Juanita Lovret*
Utt invented chili house dehydrator in 1905 *by Juanita Lovret
Tustin a ‘dead city,’ C.E. Utt once feared *by Juanita Lovret
*Reprinted courtesy of the Tustin News
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