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Puddings And Biscuits (Rejected Consignments)

Volume 446: debated on Wednesday 28 January 1948

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asked the Minister of Food whether the returned consignments of British biscuits and puddings rejected by U.S.A. food inspectors have been examined by his Department; and with what result.

The puddings returned from the U.S.A. have been examined by my Department. They were found to have deteriorated owing to faulty packing. The manufacturers concerned are making a careful study of the biscuits which were rejected.