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British Food Journal Volume 78 Issue 2 1976

British Food Journal

ISSN: 0007-070X

Article publication date: 1 February 1976

Abstract

Government appointed and sponsored committees of every description—select, ad hoc, advisory, inquiry—such a prominent feature of the public scene since the last War, are understandable, even acceptable, reflect the urgency of the times in which we live. In the gathering gloom of more recent twilight years, they have flourished inordinately, especially in the socio‐political field, where most of their researches have been conducted. Usually embellished with the name of the figure‐head chairman, almost always expensively financed, they have one thing in common—an enormous output of words, telling us much of what we already know. So much of it seems dull, meaningless jargon, reflecting attitudes rather than sound, general principles.

Citation

(1976), "British Food Journal Volume 78 Issue 2 1976", British Food Journal, Vol. 78 No. 2, pp. 33-64. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb011709

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