Adulteration & Food Contamination

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Adulteration of food revision

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Adulteration & Food Contamination
  1. Poisonous Additives
    1. Chalk mixed with flour
      1. Butter bread and gin contain copper
        1. Meat from diseased animals
          1. Bread containing plaster of paris, alum copper sulphate
            1. John Postgate Food safety campaigner
              1. The sale of food and Drugs Act 1860 bill introduced by William Scholefield MP using John Postgates findings
              2. Milk 1/4 water and contained chalk
                1. Beer contained alum, sulphuric acid and cocculus Indius (plant with stimulant properties)
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