National Food Magazine: What to Eat, Vol. 26 No. 6

National Food Magazine: What to Eat, Vol. 26 No. 6

edited by Paul Pierce, 1866-, in National Food Magazine, Vol. 26, No. 6, June 1909 (Chicago, IL: Pierce Publishing, 1909, originally published 1909), 100 page(s)

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Abstract / Summary
The National Food Magazine: What to Eat is a monthly publication 'striving for the enactment of laws that will prohibit the manufacture or importation of any food or beverage deleterious to public health.' This issue of the magazine includes articles on: Robert Koch and His Critics, The Crusade of the Canners, China and Pottery Marks, How to Live on Fifty Cents a Day, When the World Was Drunk, Superstitions about Salt, Chemistry of Cleaning, The Fall of Bleached Flour, The Story of Coffee, Universal Food Pantry, and Breadmaking in Many Lands - Palestine.
Field of Interest
Food Studies Online
Content Type
Periodical issue
Format
Text
Original Publication Date
1909-06
Page Count
100
Publication Year
1909
Publisher
Pierce Publishing
Place Published / Released
Chicago, IL
Series Number
Vol. 26, No. 6, June 1909
Subject
Food Studies Online, Social Sciences, Food Policy, Food History, Gastronomy, Food industry, Food safety, Cooking, Foods, Lebensmittelpolitik, Políticas de Alimentação, Políticas de Alimentación, Historia de la Alimentación, História da Alimentação, Gastronomie, Gastronomia, Gastronomía, United States of America, USA, US of A, America, Estados Unidos, United States, The Gilded Age & Progressive Era (1876–1913)
Series / Program
National Food Magazine
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Lebensmittelpolitik, Políticas de Alimentação, Políticas de Alimentación, Historia de la Alimentación, História da Alimentação, Gastronomie, Gastronomia, Gastronomía, United States of America, USA, US of A, America, Estados Unidos

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