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British Food Journal Volume 35 Issue 6 1933

British Food Journal

ISSN: 0007-070X

Article publication date: 1 June 1933

Abstract

In pre‐war Russia the canning industry would seem to have been limited to the preparation of canned meat—beef—for army purposes. The average annual output in round figures was 47,500 tons according to K. I. Rubinstein—who last year published a monograph on the canning industry as conducted in Russia—which is equivalent to about 120 millions of standard cans with a nett content of 400 grams each. The demands of the war caused this output to be raised to 150 million cans. Some of the then existing packing centres were at that time moved so as to be nearer to the supply of raw material. Thus new canning centres were opened at Rastov and Stavropol in substitution for some already existing at Petrograd, Moscow, and Kamenetz‐Podolsk.

Citation

(1933), "British Food Journal Volume 35 Issue 6 1933", British Food Journal, Vol. 35 No. 6, pp. 51-60. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb011259

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