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Adulteration of Food and Drugs Bill (1860)

A bill passed to make it illegal to add additives to everyday foods and beverages. An even sticter act was passed in 1872, thirty-four years before the U.S. Pure Food and Drug Act. See Adulteration of food; Food in Britain.

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