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British Food Journal Volume 2 Issue 5 1900

British Food Journal

ISSN: 0007-070X

Article publication date: 1 May 1900

Abstract

Some misconception appears to have arisen in respect to the meaning of Section 11 of the Food and Drugs Act, 1899, owing, doubtless, to the faulty punctuation of certain copies of the Act, and the Sanitary Record has done good service by calling attention to the matter. The trouble has clearly been caused by the insertion of a comma after the word “condensed” in certain copies of the Act, and the non‐insertion of this comma in other copies. The words of the section, as printed by the Sanitary Record, are as follows: “Every tin or other receptacle containing condensed, separated or skimmed milk must bear a label clearly visible to the purchaser on which the words ‘Machine‐skimmed Milk,’ or ‘Skimmed Milk,’ as the case may require, are printed in large and legible type.”

Citation

(1900), "British Food Journal Volume 2 Issue 5 1900", British Food Journal, Vol. 2 No. 5, pp. 117-146. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb010863

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