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British Food Journal Volume 52 Issue 2 1950

British Food Journal

ISSN: 0007-070X

Article publication date: 1 February 1950

Abstract

Great moves are afoot to ensure that the nation receives its food and milk in a hygienic condition. The first of these, affecting milk, were the new Milk and Dairy Regulations which put into effect from October 1 last the provisions of the Food and Drugs (Milk and Dairies) Act, 1944 (Appointed Day) Order, 1949, and the Milk (Special Designations) Act, 1949. Next the focus was on food, with the issue to local authorities by the Ministry of Food of model by‐laws to ensure cleanliness in the handling, wrapping, and delivery of food. Now, to complete the trio, we have an authoritative report by the joint committee of the British Medical Association and the National Veterinary Medical Association—a new co‐operation between doctors and veterinarians—on the production, distribution, and control of milk supplies. During its discussions the committee had three main principles in mind :—

Citation

(1950), "British Food Journal Volume 52 Issue 2 1950", British Food Journal, Vol. 52 No. 2, pp. 11-20. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb011456

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