Excerpt from The Canning of Foods: A Description of the Methods Followed in Commercial Canning
Sir: I have the honor to submit for your approval a bulletin on the canning of foods, prepared by A. W. Bitting, food technologist of this bureau, who has conducted quite extensive ... investigations along these lines, both in the field and in the laboratory. The preserving of foods by heat in sealed containers has become a most important industry, not only from a commercial standpoint, but also from that of good living. The principles involved in the work are not par ticularly new, but some of them are not generally understood. Many of those engaged in the work of canning follow certain steps accord ing to a prescribed formula rather than from a knowledge of why they are necessary. The consumer often accepts the contents of a can in lieu of the fresh article as a matter of necessity but with misgiving as to its wholesomeness.
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