SCOTTISH FOOD SHOPS FACE CORROSION. The new Food and Drugs (Scotland) Act which comes into force this year will pose a wide variety of problems for equipment firms and for their customers; essence of the regulations will be the clean and hygienic storage of food; that in turn will impose on many retail food firms new installation work and new equipment and in each case there will arise problems of adequate protection and suitability of materials, since many of the products involve conditions which contribute to deterioration of materials. Timber is being generally discarded as unsuitable for food production practice; plastics and metals are being adopted instead with varying success.
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