British Food Journal Volume 25 Issue 2 1923
Article publication date: 1 February 1923
1. Under section 3 of the Milk and Dairies (Amendment) Act, 1922, the designations “Certified Milk,” “Grade A Milk,” “Pasteurised Milk” and other similar designations may only be used where a licence to sell milk under those designations has been granted by the Minister of Health or with his authority. Licences are required in the case of either Certified, Grade A (Tuberculin Tested), or Grade A Milk, both by the farmer who produces the milk and by every dealer who sells it. In the case of Pasteurised Milk a licence is required by the person who pasteurises it and by any other dealer who sells the milk.
(1923), "British Food Journal Volume 25 Issue 2 1923", British Food Journal, Vol. 25 No. 2, pp. 11-20. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb011135
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