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Use of DDT and BHC with Foodstuffs: Revised Code of Practice for Colonial Territories; Use of Malathion on Stored Foodstuffs in Colonial Territories. Short reports produced for the UK Government in 1959, with covering letter 1963.
Food and Beverages in Relation to Cancer, a report by Douw G. Steyn, Professor of Pharmacology, Medical Faculty, University of Pretoria, Pretoria, Union of South Africa, 1956.
Food and Drink Infections, a report by Charles Porter, presented at the International Union of Local Authorities conference, Geneva, September 1949.
A collection of documents on soya, mainly of Hungarian origin: The Importance of Soya as a National Food, by L. Berczeller; memorandum on the cultivation of the Soya Bean and the introduction of the new Soya Flour into Great Britain and the Colonies; How Soya Food Keeps, by Ernst Kupelwieser; Soya Flour in the Treatment of Diabetes, by Josef Szanto; The Technology of Breadmaking and the Dr Berczeller's New Soya Flour, by Victor F. A. Richter; Dr Berczeller's New Soya Flour and the Technology of Baking, by Victor F. A. Richter; The Soya: The Latest National Food, by Hugo Glasser; What is Refined Soya? propaganda circular of the Hungarian Soya Company; and The Lasting Qualities of Soya Flour, article by H. Wastl, c.1927-1928.
The Enforcement of the Food Hygiene Regulations, by K. T. Samson, 1955.
The Oslo Breakfast, article by Carl Schiotz.
Borough of Andover, Chief Sanitary Inspector's Department Report on the Transport and Handling of Meat, 1952.
Some Experiments with the Treatment of Apples Contaminated with Lead Arsenate Spray, paper by T. H. C. Bartrop, Deputy Chief Sanitary Inspector, Chelmsford District Council. Read at a meeting of the Essex branch of the Sanitary Inspectors Association, Chelmsford, 12 April 1956.
Memorandum on meat inspection, prepared by the Council of the Royal college of Veterinary Surgeons, 1962.
Proposals for hygiene regulations compiled by the National Caterers' Federation, c.1960.
Ministry of Food, Food Standards Committee report on edible gelatin, 1949.
Ministry of Food, Food Standards Committee Metallic Contamination Sub-committee arsenic report, and supplentary report, 1949.
Ministry of Food, Food Standards Committee iodization of salt report, 1949.
Ministry of Food, Food Standards Committee copper report, 1951.
Ministry of Food, Food Standards Committee lead report, 1951.
Ministry of Food, Food Standards Committee report on standards for shredded suet and blocked suet, 1952.
Ministry of Food, Food Standards Committee jam and marmalade report, 1952.
Ministry of Food, Food Standards Committee antioxidants report, 1953.
Ministry of Food, Food Standards Committee Metallic Contamination Sub-committee report on tin in canned foods, 1952.
Food Byelaws or Regulations - "Any Suggestions?" paper by E. G. Wren, Sanitary Inspector, County Borough of Eastbourne, read at a meeting of the Sussex Branch of the Sanitary Inspectors Association Brighton, 10 November 1950.
Report of the British Medical Association Nutrition Committee, November 1933.
Ministry of Health information file on summer food poisoning, Spring 1964.
Drafts of guidance on treatment and disposal of foodstuffs contaminated by gas, produced by the Ministry of Food in conjunction with the Royal Sanitary Institute, 1940-1941.