2 edition of report on the occurrence of glass fragments in foods packed in glass containers found in the catalog.
report on the occurrence of glass fragments in foods packed in glass containers
George C. Hancock
|Series||Reports on public health and medical subjects ;, no. 37.|
|Contributions||Katherine Golden Bitting Collection on Gastronomy (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||RA772.G6 H3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p.l., 36 p.|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||41026499|
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Glass particles have been found by public analysts in foods packed in glass containers. The author agrees that this finding is not infrequent.
The glass may be derived from defective containers or from faulty methods of the food manufacturer in connexion with breakages and inadequate steps to keep out glass particles. It is also shown that glass particles, generally Author: G. Hancock. Glass is a non-crystalline, often transparent amorphous solid, that has widespread practical, technological, and decorative use in, for example, window panes, tableware, and is most often formed by rapid cooling of the molten form; some glasses such as volcanic glass are naturally most familiar, and historically the oldest, types of manufactured glass.
A Report on the occurrence of glass fragments in foods packed in glass containers [print an essential overview for post-graduate students and academic researchers with an interest in the packaging of muscle foods.
(source: Nielsen Book Data) Online. EBSCO Academic Comprehensive Collection and glass containers have superceded traditional. If the fragments are sufficiently large to allow for a ____, glass may assume individuality.
fracture match. glass should be packed in a rigid, leak proof container such as ___ or a ____ paper and glass containers should not be used. film canister/plastic pill bottle. Care taken to protect the consumer covers bulk food production, portioned packaged foods at grocery stores and fast food.
The complete production chain must identify small particles of metal, glass, wood, plastic fragments, stones and other foreign objects, such as moths and beetles, that hurt the consumer or cause a nauseating reaction.
Gordon Wickham Monier-Williams was born on April 17 at Wonersh, near Guildford and died on his report “The Determination of Sulphur Dioxide in Food “Occurrence of Glass Fragments in Foods Packed in Glass Containers.
processing area must be scheduled for only the particular product that needs to be packed in glass jars. The clean-up procedure specified in Section of this Policy shall be strictly fol-lowed. Ingredients must be purchased in non-glass containers.
If this is not possible, theFile Size: 1MB. Hence foreign bodies can range from items that are demonstrably alien to the food, such as pieces of glass, report on the occurrence of glass fragments in foods packed in glass containers book or plastic; through items that are related to the food, such as fragments of bone in meat products; to part of the food itself, such Cited by: 2.
Ingesting glass fragments can cause injury to the consumer. FDA’s Health Hazard Evaluation Board has supported regulatory action against products with glass fragments of the same size noted for metal. Most products packed in glass containers. Any food product with glass in it is, of course, deemed to be adulterated.
Consequently, it is imperative each food processor develops, documents, implements and maintains a program to manage glass and brittle plastic in its plant. The Pure Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act states: “A food shall be deemed to be adulterated (3) if it consists in whole or in Author: Richard F.
Stier. Types of glass recovered included bottle glass (alcohol bottles) and plate glass (coffin viewing windows). All glass was washed for identification. Glass fragments smaller than an inch in diameter and with no markings, decoration or unusual File Size: 6MB.
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Studies have indicated that Pb, U, Zr, Li, K, Na, and Th leach from glass bottles, since water packed in glass had much higher concentrations of these elements compared to.
Foreign Body Ingestions. Foreign body ingestions or insertions are seen in four broad categories of patients: (a) children, (b) mentally handicapped or mentally retarded persons, (c) adults with unusual sexual behavior, and (d) “normal” adults or children with predisposing factors or injurious situational problems.
This latter group includes individuals who may abuse drugs or alcohol. Small glass fragments, pieces of jewelry, animal debris, pieces of plastics, etc., are the different forms of avoidable physical hazards that are present in food.
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Many substances that are generally regarded as unreactive, such as powdered steel, glass fragments, and asbestos fibers, are readily consumed by cold fluorine gas. Wood and even water burn with flames when subjected to a jet of fluorine, without the need for a spark. Glass bottles and jars made from recycled materials are exactly the same as glass bottles and jars made fresh from natural, virginal resource materials, and they cost 90% less to make.
There is no limit to the number of times glass can be used, recycled, re-processed and then re-used. But, glass is also heavy and can be costly to transport. Occurrence Report / Complaint Number Charge Descrption OWNER/PETITIONE R Last Name OWNER/PETITIONE R First Name Property Description ABUSE OF A CHILD SLMPD ONE SEALED BAG CONTAINING PISTOL SERIAL# - FF, Florida FA's Corp.
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