British Food Journal Volume 12 Issue 9 1910
Article publication date: 1 September 1910
A considerable portion of Dr. G. S. BUCHANAN'S report on the work of the Inspectors of Foods of the Local Government Board during the year 1908–09 deals with work carried out in special relation to the Public Health (Regulations as to Food) Act, 1907. A large amount of the meat consumed in this country is imported from the continent of Europe, the United States, and the colonies, and it may almost be said that the fact of our having to rely on the foreign producer for so much of our meat supply accounts for some of it being derived from diseased animals, or being in other ways unwholesome, or bearing evidence of having been prepared under conditions in which the needful sanitary precautions have not been taken.
(1910), "British Food Journal Volume 12 Issue 9 1910", British Food Journal, Vol. 12 No. 9, pp. 161-180. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb010987
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