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The British Food Journal Volume 57 Issue 6 1955

British Food Journal

ISSN: 0007-070X

Article publication date: 1 June 1955

Abstract

Nearly six years have gone by since the Ministry of Food issued its well‐known report on “The Advertising, Labelling and Composition of Food”—a valuable booklet which included an Appendix of twenty‐five pages setting out details of agreed Codes of Practice. From time to time amendments have been made, in Circulars published by the Stationery Office, in sections relating respectively to (a) the use of the word “butter” in descriptions of chocolate and sugar confectionery (M.F. 21/51); (b) the description of non‐alcoholic liqueur chocolates (M.F, 2/52); (c) the cancelling of the Code relating to vinegar and acetic acid (M.F. 15/50); (d) the cancelling of the Code on flour mixtures (M.F. 19/50); and (e) the amendment of the Code on canned soups (M.F. 3/54).

Citation

(1955), "The British Food Journal Volume 57 Issue 6 1955", British Food Journal, Vol. 57 No. 6, pp. 51-58. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb011520

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