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British Food Journal Volume 12 Issue 11 1910

British Food Journal

ISSN: 0007-070X

Article publication date: 1 November 1910



This Society, originally known as “The National Pure Food Association,” has been reconstituted under the above title. The objects of the Society are to assist as far as possible in checking the widespread evils of food adulteration, for this purpose to bring about a public realisation of the admittedly serious character of food frauds, and, under expert advice, to co‐operate with constituted authority in effecting their repression. The policy of the Society is directed by a representative Council, and, the Society being thus established on an authoritative basis, cannot fail to become a powerful and valuable organisation if adequately and generously supported by the public. The governing body of the Society is constituted as follows:—


(1910), "British Food Journal Volume 12 Issue 11 1910", British Food Journal, Vol. 12 No. 11, pp. 201-220.




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