To bring historical research pertaining to Adulteration and Food Law to the notice of those responsible for, and interested in, the regulation of food standards in the UK. In particular, to prove by historical evidence that food policy cannot:
And thus that food policy should:
ii. Key Messages:
iii. Policy Context:
vii. Monitoring and Evaluation – Techniques:
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