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Canned foodsModern processes of canning in the United States, general system of grading, and description of products available for export .. . article of food is deemed to be adulterated: First, if any substancehas been mixed and packed with it so as to reduce or lower or injuriouslvaffect its quality or strength. For example, in canning, if more waterbe added than is necessary for the proper preparation of the product, as5 ounces of water and 3 ounces of oysters in an 8-ounce can. Second,if any substance has been substituted wholly or in part for the article.Such substitution may not necessar

Canned foodsModern processes of canning in the United States, general system of grading, and description of products available for export .. . article of food is deemed to be adulterated: First, if any substancehas been mixed and packed with it so as to reduce or lower or injuriouslvaffect its quality or strength. For example, in canning, if more waterbe added than is necessary for the proper preparation of the product, as5 ounces of water and 3 ounces of oysters in an 8-ounce can. Second,if any substance has been substituted wholly or in part for the article.Such substitution may not necessar Stock Photo
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Canned foodsModern processes of canning in the United States, general system of grading, and description of products available for export .. . article of food is deemed to be adulterated: First, if any substancehas been mixed and packed with it so as to reduce or lower or injuriouslvaffect its quality or strength. For example, in canning, if more waterbe added than is necessary for the proper preparation of the product, as5 ounces of water and 3 ounces of oysters in an 8-ounce can. Second, if any substance has been substituted wholly or in part for the article.Such substitution may not necessarih- lower the nutritiA-e value. Forexample, the substitution of soya beans for the white or navy beans incanned pork and beans or baked beans. The white bean has been usedso long and is so generally understood to be the basis for these productsthat substituting another becomes an adulteration. A mixture of otherbeans is permissible if clearly declared upon the label. Third, if anvvaluable constituent of the article has been wholly or in part abstracted.For example, if part of the cream should be skimmed in making evapo- CANNED FOODS. 27. 28 CANNED FOODS. rated milk and the milk thus fall below the legal standard. Fourth, ifit be mixed, colored, powdered, coated, or stained in a manner wherebydamage or inferiority is concealed. No coloring of any description isused in canned foods in this country; therefore this provision does notapply. The nearest approach is the use of starch in certain grades ofcanned corn, and this must be disclosed upon the label. Fifth, if itcontain any added poisonous or other added deleterious ingredient whichmay render such article injurious to health. This pertains especially toadded bleaches, preservatives, etc., but also applies to an} proscribedmaterial, whether it be added directly or gain access through a factoryoperation or in any other manner without intent. No bleaches or pre-servatives are used in this country, and therefore the provisions hav

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