Food preservation embraces a large variety of methods for the storage of food products, for example, drying, storage at low temperatures, and heating in hermetically sealed containers. For the present the last named method will be considered in relation to diseases.
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De Bord, George G.
"Food Preservation and So-Called "Food Poisoning","
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