What's in My Food and Water?

Medina, Carolyn
September 2011
Texas Public Health Journal;Fall2011, Vol. 63 Issue 4, p28
Academic Journal
The article provides information related to adulterated and misbranded food and drugs in the U.S. It makes specific reference to the history of food and drug laws in the country and the state of affairs in this regard till 1905. It is stated that the majority of the U.S. states were not concern about food safety till 1905. However, it is highlighted that increasing scientific methods and knowledge paved the way necessary to pass many of the existing food laws.


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