The British Food Journal Volume 62 Issue 8 1960

British Food Journal

ISSN: 0007-070X

Publication date: 1 August 1960

Abstract

A case which because of its far‐reaching implications attracted considerable interest (see report on p. 91) was recently heard at Highgate. It was alleged that ice lollies were “unfit for human consumption” because of the temperature at which they were sold. Because the lollies were too cold, one stuck to a boy's lips and chin and another to a boy's tongue, peeling off skin when they were removed. The prosecution's case was that on the evidence, the vendors should be convicted of selling food unfit for human consumption, but the magistrates did not accept this contention and dismissed the case. The mishap was an unfortunate one, and Counsel's submissions for the defence notwith‐standing, it is difficult to see how the case could have been decided otherwise. There was never any suggestion of inferior ingredients being used in the manufacture of the lollies.

Citation

(1960), "The British Food Journal Volume 62 Issue 8 1960", British Food Journal, Vol. 62 No. 8, pp. 85-96. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb011580

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MCB UP Ltd

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