This Food Standards Committee Report has been with us long enough to have received careful appraisal at the hand of the most interested parties food law enforcement agencies and the meat trade. The purposes of the review was to consider the need for specific controls over the composition and descriptive labelling of minced meat products, but the main factor was the fat content, particularly the maximum suggested by the Associaton of Public Analysts, viz., a onequarter 25 of the total product. For some years now, the courts have been asked to accept 25 fat as the maximum, based on a series of national surveys above that level, the product was to be considered as not of the substance or quality demanded by the purchaser a contention which has been upheld on appeal to the Divisional Court.
British Food Journal – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jun 1, 1983
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