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Economic Library List No. 2


Washington, D.C., April 1939. .


THE FROZEN FOOD INiYSTRY: SELECTED REFERENCES
JANUARY 1937 to MARCH 1939


Compiled by Helen E. Hennefrund
Library, Bureau of Agricultural Economics


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,".,am..p.rge. Frozen freshness. Oornell Countryman 35(7): 92. April 1938.

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pNTl, Quick freezing the fourth milestone in vegetable distribution.
Vegetable Growers' Assoc. Amer. Rept. 1936: 91-98. 81 V52

abbittt, Marcy. Packaging frozen foods: protection to contents requires
package to be moisture-vapor proof, air tight, and free from odor or taste-
.larting properties. Food Indus. 9: 130-131. March 1937. 389.8 F737
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."', C.T. What is ahead for the frozen food industry in the Southeast.
Hefrig. Engin. 37: 98-99. February 1939. 295.9 Am32J


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5 '1i: 318-320.


Frozen storage and vegetable markets. Market Growers Jour.
July 1, 1937. 6 M34


This list supersedes a typewritten list, compiled on
Dec. 20, 1938 by Catharine L. Whitehorn, entitled The
Frozen Food Industry, 1937-1938i A Short List of Refer-
ences. The references listed, most of which have not
been examined, were taken from the following publications:
Agricultural Economics Literature, January 1937 to March
1939; Agricultural Index, 1937 to March 1939; Current
SLiterature in Agri6ultural Engineering, January 1937 to
February 1939; Public Affairs Information Service Bulle-
tin 1937 to March 25, 1939; Readers' Guide to Periodical
literature, 1937 to March 29, 1939; and from the card
catalogues of the Libraries of the Bureau of Agricultural
economics and the Department of Agriculture. The Bibli-
ography on Freezing Preservation of Fruits and Vegetables,
by J.A. Berry and H.C. Diehl, should be consulted for
references to material published prior to 1937.










Baldwin, FB., Jr., and Doan, F.J. Observations sur la congelation de laitret
de crimes; la destruction de l'emulsion de la rratiere grasse dans la creme
congeles; abstract. Le Lait 17: 848-849. September 1937. 44.8 L143

Berry, J.A., and Diehl, H.C. Bibliography on freezing preservation of fruits
and vegetables. 51pp., processed. Seattle, VWash., U.S. Dept. of agriculture,
Bur, of chemistry and soils, Frozen pack laboratory, 1936. 1.9 C4925Bf
The Library has also an 11-page supplement, dated Feb. 25, 1939, which
was received too late for examination'by the compiler.

Berry, J.A. Freezing preservation of fruits and vegetables. Ice and Refrig.
93(4): 286-288. October 1937. 295.8 Ic2

Bilham, P. Concentration of fruit juices by freezing.. Chem. & Indus. 57: 589-
593. June 18, 1938. 382 M31

Bridston, M.E. Cold-pack industry growing. Refrig. Engin. 33: 379-381.
June 1937. 295.9 Am32J

Bridston, M.E. Interesting new freezer installed at port of Seattle. Refrig.
Engin. 36: 244-245. October 1938. 295.9 Am32J

Bridston, M.E. Retailer now stores bananas for ripening. Refrig. Engin. 37:
52-53. January 1939. 295.9 Am32J

Bridston, Mandus D. Business way to use surpluses. Nation's Business 26(10):
27. October 1938. 286.8 N212
"Aside from its development into a substantial new industry, the quick-
freezing process has helped to curtail several fruit and vegetable surpluses."

Brochot, F. La congelation du beurre. Le Lait 18: 23-43. January 1938. 44.8 L143

Broxton, fi. Frozen foods industry expanding. U.S. Dept. Agr., Bur. Agr. Econ.
Agr. Situation 22(1): 23. Jan. 1, 1938. 1 Ec7Ag

Bryan, J.E. Quick freezes meat by new low cost method. Food Indus. 10: 12-13.
January 1938. 389.8 F737

Budd, Nelson H. Canning-freezing alliance marked at M.I.T. food technology meet.
Canning Age 18(11): 396-398,401,418,422. October 1937. 286.83 C165
Contains abstracts of addresses delivered at the first Food Technology
Conference, held in Cambridge, Mass., in September 1937, under the auspices
of Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The objectives of the Conference
are given as outlined by Dr. Samuel C. Prescott.

Burk, E.F. Freezing studies with sweet corn varieties in eastern Washington.
Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. Proc. 1937: 725-727. 1938.

Campbell, W.G. Frozen yolk standard. Food and drug administration states its
position on labeling. Amer. Creamery 83: 747. Mar. 17, 1937. 286.85 N482

Carlton, Harry. Frozen pack food industry. Sources, processing, distribution,
utilization and market data concerning frozen fruits, vegetables. Digest
from a market survey of the University of Tennessee, Agricultural Experiment
Station, Knoxville, Tennessee, pp.290-300. ENew York, 19373 Reprint. Coll.
Reprinted from Food Industries, May 1937,





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Carlton, Harry. Frozen-pack fruit markets. Tenn. Agr. Expt. Sta. Ball.
161, 72pp. Knoxville, 1937.

Carlton, Harry. Some commercial aspects of the frozen food industry. Refrig.
Engine. 36(5): 291-294. November 1938. 295.9 AmZ2J
An article with similar title appeared in the Ice Cream Trade Journal
for December 1938. (389.2 IcW)

Chace, LeM. Frozen pack research program. 0alif. Cultivator 85: 500. Aug. 13,
1938. 6 C12

Chicago reports gains in frozen food sales. Food Field Reporter 6(13): 6.
June 27, 1938. 286.83 F73
Reports the results of a survey just completed by a representative of
the Food Field Reporter.

Child, A.M., and Paul, P. Effect of thawing and cooking frozen pork and beef.
Minn. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull. 125, llpp. St. Paul, 1937.

Child, A.d. Thawing and cooking frozen meats. Minn. Agr. Ext. Serv. Spec.
Billa 189, 6pp. University Farm, St. Paul, 1937.

Clark, D.E. Dairy farm home; using refrigerated meats. Hoard's Dairyman
83: .348. June 25, 1938. 44.8 H65

I Coffin, Richard H. New quick freezing machinery. Ice and Refrig. 94(3):
S17-219. March 1938. 295.8 Ic2
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O"ean, Frank J. 500,000,000 lbs. in 1938. Production of quick-frozen foods
l moiuts rapidly... Will double 1937. Food Field Reporter 6(5): 8-9,11.
Mar. 7. 1938. 286.83 F73
Accompanied by a list of the 219 firms that quick-freeze, and by ab-
stracts of important stories on quick frozen foods which have appeared in
tood Field Reporter in the period June 28, 1937 to Feb. 7, 1938.

Cold storage of fruits and vegetables. Ice and Refrig. 95(3): 197-200; (4):
273-277; (5): 350-354. September-November 1938. 295.8 Ic2

Cooking studies with frozen poultry. U.S. Egg & Poultry Mag. 43: 296-2991.
May 1937. 286.85 Eg3

Cooley, R.J. Frozen strawberries. Purdue Agr. 31: 103. May 1937. 6 P97

I Copeland, Clarence J. 70,000,000 cu.ft. of space available in warehouses
Serving frozen foods; capacity found adequate but spotty. Food Field Re-
porter 6(15): 9. July 25, 1938. 286.83 F73
r A list of the warehouses by states is given on pp.9-13.

I rsrbett, M.A. Frosted foods pioneered by the ice cream industry. Ice Cream
2 Rev. 21: 28. Mlay 1938. 389.8 Ic22


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Corbett, M.A. Frosted foods stabilize sales and produce greater profits for
the ice cream industry. Ice Cream Trade Jour. 34(9): 22. September 1938.
389.8 Ic2.
This is the first of three articles by Mr. Corbett published in the
Ice Cream Trade Journal. The second (34(10): 43-44,46. October 1938) is
entitled: Frosted Foods Profitable for Ice Cream Men: What They Are, How
Processed, Cabinets. The third (34(11): 33-34, 37-38. November 1938) is
entitled: Merchandising Possibilities, What You Should Buy, Revenue
Possibilities of Frosted Foods.

Corbett, M.A." Refrigeration for quick frozen foods. The production of quick
frozen foods has passed beyond experimental stage and is now about to enter
a phase of more widespread acceptance. The importance of good merchan-
dising methods. Ice and Refrig. 93(1): 49-50. July 1937. 295.8 Ic2
Reprinted in Business Digest 1(9): 17-19. September 1937. 241.11 B96

Creamery boosts sales with frozen food items. Amer. Produce Rev. 87: 442-443.
Feb. 22, 1939.

Dickson, Wilson C. Quick freezing. Penn State Farmer (n.s.) 3(9): 270, 290-
291. June 1938. 276.8 P38

Diehl, H.C. Freezing preservation and its significance for agriculture.
Pacific Northwest Chemurgic Conf. Proc. 1937: 71-75. 1937. 281.9 P11

Diehl, H.C. Frozen food production; some observations on its meaning and
status, especially in the Pacific Northwest. Canner 86(11): 15-17; Feb. 19,
1938; (12,pt.1): 16,18,24. Feb. 26, 1938.
"From an address before the Michigan Canners Association of East Lansing,
Michigan, January 7, 1938."

Diehl, H.C., and Birdseye, Miriam. Storage of fruits and vegetables in com-
munity freezer locrk'ers, U.S. 7e6t-, Agr., Ext. Serv., Div. Coop. Ext.,
Misc. Rxt. Pub. 47, 3-i5pp pioc3sed. Washington, D.C. October 1938.
1,9 Rx8924Mi

Discussion of papers at Food preservation conference, Knoxville, Tenn. Oct. 21.
Refrig. Engin. 36: 390-392. December 1938. 295.9 Arc32J

Doan, F.J., and Featherman, C.E. Observations on concentrated frozen milk.
Milk Dealer 27: 33-34. November 1937. 44.8 1595

Does quick freeze mean threat to fresh vegetables? IvMarket Growers Jour.
62(6): 164. Mar. 15, 1938. 6 M34

Drews, H.E. Question of drawn poultry; with discussion. Amer. Produce Rev,
85: 782-784. Apr. 20, 1938. 286.85 N482

Ellsworth, M.G. Quick-frozen foods. House Beautiful 80: 39/ February 1938.
296.8 H81







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Finnegan, W.J. Food freezing Engineere for quality and economy. Ice and
Refrig. 95(5): 355-361. November 191. 295.8 Ic2

Finnegan, W.J. Quick freezing foods with multi-stage tubular freezers; system
installed at Chehalis, Wash. Food Indus. 10: 622-624,675-677. November-
December 1938. 389.8 F737

Fiske, David L. Refrigerated food industries. Refrig. Engin. 35(6): 387-
391, 403. June 1938. 295.9 Amn32J

Fitzgerald, G.A. Effects of freezing on the vitamin content of vegetables -
a review. Refrig. Engin, 37():ZS3-Z9. January 1939. 295.9 Am3S2J


Food vitamins unharmed by freezing methods.
Sept. 17, 1938. 470 Sci24


Science News Letter 34: 185.


Forehand, J.A. Frozen packs as a co-op enterprise. U.S. Farm Cred. Admin.,
News for Farmer Cooperatives 5(9): 12-14. December 1938. ]66.2 N47


Francis, Clarence.
civilization.
Libr. Cong.


A history of food and its preservation; a contribution to
45pp. EPrinceton) The Guild of Brackett lecturers, 1937.


Freeze food in cans. Business Week, no.482, p.19. Nov. 26, 1938.
"A process for continuous quick-freezing in cans of fruits, juices,
vegetables, milk, eggs, and other products, and for making available to the
frozen food industry the production-line methods of modern canneries, is
to be announced soon in San Francisco...
"Operations will begin within the next few weeks under the name of
Food Freezers, Inc., a concern with which Food Machinery and Worthington
Pump are affiliated."


Freezing and canning vegetables.
1937. 6 M34


Freezing fruits.
295.8 C672


Market Growers Jour. 61: 414-416. Oct. 1,


Cold Storage and Produce Rev. 41(485): 216. Aug. 18, 1938.


Freezing needle for chilling beef.
470 Sci25

Freezing poultry from the inside.
389.8 F737


Sci. Amer. 159: 312. December 1938.


Food Indus. 9: 246-247/. May 1937.


Freezing storage of vegetables feasible for community lockers. Market Growers
Jour. 60: 286. June 1, 1937. 6 1434

freezing vegetables. Description of the vacuum quick-freezing process used
by California Consumers Corp. Ice and Refrig. 95(4): 279-280. October 1938.
295.8 Ic2









Frosted foods a new and rapidly growing sales field for ice cream manu-
facturers. Ice Cream Rev. 21: 32-34. April 1938. 389.8 Ic22

Frosted foods are they the ideal side line that will add profits for the ice
cream manufacturer? Ice Cream Rev. 21: 24-25/. December 1937. 389.8 Ic22

Frosted foods in the retail ice cream store. Ice Cream Rev. 22: 52. December
1938. 389.8 Ic22

Frosted foods receive consideration of food distributors at Cleveland meeting.
Ice Cream Rev. 22: 29-30/. September 1938. 389.8 Ic22

Frozen egg conference, 1938, Chicago. Amer. 'Produce Rev. 85: 344. Jan. 19,
1938. 286.85 N482

Frozen egg industry. Amer. Creamery 84: 584. Sept. 1, 1937. 286.85 N482

Frozen food booms higher. Business Week, no.445, pp.30,32,34. Mar. 12, 1938.
280.8 Sy8

Frozen food co-op? Independent packers in Pacific Northwest may form distributing
agency. Business week, no.487, pp.35-36. Dec. 31,1938. 280.8 Sy8

Frozen-food rivalry; Birds, eye's young competitor, .Honor brand. Business Week,
no.428, p.384. Nov. 13, 1937.. 280.8 Sy8

Frozen foods: a quick-freezing industry is in the making, and it may transform
whatever it touches. Printers Ink Monthly 35(2): 7-10. July 1937.
238.8 P933

Frozen foods, locker plants discussed at Knoxville.conference. Ice Cream Rev.22
(4):52,54,56,58. November 1938. 389.8 Ic22
Also in Natl. Butter & Cheese Jour. 29: 18-19. Nov. 10, 1938.
(286.85 B98Bu)
Summary of talks at the Food Preservation Conference held at Knoxville,
Tenn. October 20-21, 1938.

Frozen foods directory; 1939 edition. Food Indus. 11: 15-26. January 1939.
389.8 F737

Gavoty, B. LVindustrie de la viande; l'exemple de 1'Argentine. Agr. Pratique
101: 1562-1566. Nov. 6, 1937.

Gavrilova, Claudia. Cool, colder, frozen. Canners still, Washington Packers,
Inc., are preparing for their biggest season with frozen foods. Canner
86(5): 25-26. Jan. 8, 1938. 286.83 C16
Describes the advantages of frozen foods, the freezing method used by
the Washington Packers, Inc., and transportation of the products. The
Washington Packers, Inc. is a cooperative resulting from the consolidation
of the Puyallup & Sumner Fruit Growers Association, and the Washington
Berry Growers Association.





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Gaylord, F.C. Freezing Indiana fruits. Ind. Hort. Soc. Trans. 1936: 58-60.
1937.

Gaylord, F.C. Indiana fast frozen strawberries. Hoosier Horticulture 19:
69-70. May 1937. 81 In2H

George, F. Summer foods for winter fare. NY, times Mag., Jan. 3, 1937. p.15.

Gibson, L. Are you thinking about frosted foods? Ice Cream Rev. 22: 106-
1084. March 1939. 389.8 Ic22

Gibson, L. Bringing up the frosted foods baby. Ice Cream Rev. 22: 841
October 1938. 389.8 Ic22

Gibson, Luis. Balanced sales better than increased outlets in present stage
of frozen foods activity: some suggestions on product-choice, packaging
and merchandising. Canning Age 20: 172-1731. March 1939, 286.83 0165

Greene, VR.H. Quick freezing of poultry. Refrig. Engin. 36: 97-99, August
1938. 295.9 Am32J
Also published in U.S. Egg & Poultry Mag. 44: 604-605. October 1938.
(286.85 Eg3)

Hearing, H.A. The marketing of quick frozen foods. No profits possible for
quick-frozen foods until the maker finds a way to reach the consumer with
his goods. Distribution and Warehousing 36(2): 14-15,50,53-54. February
1937. 288.8 T68

Hibbs, Ben. Frosted groceries. Country Gent. 108(12): 17-18,64,65. December
. 1938.

Hoey, J.J, Going places in frozen food production. Canning Age 19(10): 378-
380,399. September 1938. 286.83 C165
A description of the California Consumers Corporation, "the potentially
largest food freezing organization in California."

House-to-house selling of ice cream, frosted foods. Ice Cream Rev. 21: 30-31.
February 1938. 389.8 Ic22

How to cook frozen meat. Successful Farming 36: 56. January 1938. 6 Sul2

Howard, Fred K. Agriculture today. Calif. Cultivator 85(3): 58. Jan. 29,
1938. 6 012
"The simple act of enlarging the freezing of ice cube compartments of
modern mechanical household refrigerators so they can be used to hold a
dozen packages of frozen foods may be of such importance to western agri-
culture as to change our entire production program."
Discusses further the freezing of agricultural products.

Ice cream and frosted foods in display cabinets introduced by Adolph Becker,
Wauwatosa, Wis. Ice Cream Rev. 21: 32. June 1938. 389.8 .Ic22







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Ice cream manufacturer looks at this frosted foods business. Ice Cream Rev.
21: 34-35. March 1938. 389.8 Ic22

James,, L.H., and others. Development of standard methods for the microbi-
ological examination of foods; report of committee. Amer. Jour. Pub.
Health 28: Sup. 59-62. February 1938. 449.9 Am3J

Jenkins, R.P., and others. Vitamin C content of vegetables; frozen peas; ab-
stract. Refrig. Engin. 34: 313. November 1937. 295.9 Am32J

Jones, R.W. Arengo. Preservation of fruits and vegetables by freezing.
Canada. Dept. Agr. Tech. Bull. 12, 12pp. Ottawa, 1937. 7 C16T

Joslyn, M.A., and Marsh, G.L. Blanching vegetables for freezing preservation.
Food Indus. 10(7): 379-381; (8): 435-436-. July-August 1938. 389.8 F737

Joslyn, M.A., and others. Enzyme activity in frozen vegetables; artichoke
hearts. Indus. & Engin. Chem. 30: 1068-1073. September 1938. 381 J825

Kenny, G'G. Here's a stunt you can use to advertise frozen foods. Ice Cream
Rev. 22: 64. January 1939. 389.8 Ic22

Little, A.H. Birdseye, [Clarence General foods, and Birds eye Cproducts3.
Printers Ink Monthly 34(4): 13-15. April 1937. 238.8 P933

McBride, R.S. Frozen milk. Food Indus. 9(1): 4-6. January 1937. 389.8 1737

McBride, R.S. Frozen milk may change existing marketing methods. Food Indus.
9: 4-6. January 1937. 389.8 F737

Maguite, Jacques C.. The growth of quick-freezing. D. & W. [formerly Dis-
tribution and Warehousing] 37(10): 12-13,59-60,64; (11): 12-14,64,75-76;
(12): 18-20; 38(1): 22-24; (2): 12-13. October-December 1938; January-
February 1939. 288.8 T68
The title of each article in the series, except the first, is The Story
of Quick-Freezing.

Mandeville, P. Quick freezing of poultry. U.S. Egg & Poultry Mag. 43: 464-
467, 526-529, 692-698, August-September, November 1937. 286.85 Eg3
Excerpts in Amer. Creamery 84: 526-528. Aug. 18, 1937.
Excerpts (pt.l) in Refrig. Engin. 34: 149-152. September 1937.

Mann, Charles F.A. Pioneer frozen food packer still a leader in the field.
Describing the operations of Washington packers, inc. Canning Age 20(5):
203-205. April 1939.

Mann, F. Freeze and save. Cornell Countryman 36: 45. December 1938. 6 C81

Mather, Glenn. Drawn poultry; its appeal to consumers and retailers. U.S.
Egg & Poultry Mag. 43(10): 614-619. October 1937. 286.85 Eg3





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SMiller, Ivan C. Existing cold storage facilities for quick frozen foods.
Food Indus. 10: 438-439,469,501,504,523. August-September 1938.
389.8 F737
Title of Part II is The Present Position of the Ice Cream Manufacturer
in Frozen Food Distribution and His Probable Importance in This Field as
the Frozen Food Industry Expands and Develops.

SMiller, Ivan 0. Frozen food distribution will be different. Food Indus.
10(6): 331,334. June 1938. 389.8 F737

Miller, Ivan C. Package must talk. Food Indus. 10: 691,6940. December 1938.
389.8 F737

Miller, Ivan C. Quick freezing thaws frozen channels of distribution. Food
Indus. 10(4): 199, 202. April 1938. 389.8 F737

tffiler, Ivan C. Statistics show changes in food production and distribution.
Food Indus. 10(2): 86-87, 119. February 1938. 389.8 F737
"This is the first of a series of articles on the effects of frozen
foods on food manufacturing and on the channels of food distribution."
The second article in the series is in the March 1938 issue of Food
Industries, pp.i53,156, and is entitled: Statistics Show Shifts in Channels
of Distribution.

Miller, Ivan 0. Transporting frozen foods. Railroads and trucks divide the
bulk shipments, but problems arise in handling less-than-carlot and sample
loads. Food Indus. 10(7): 385-386,417. July 1938. 389.8 F737

Miller, Ivan C. Wild growth threatened for frozen foods. Food Indus. 10(5):
281,284. May 1938. 389.8 F737

Morris, T.N. Concentration of fruit juices by freezing. Chem. & Indus. 56:
615-618. July 3, 1937. 382 M31
Also published in Chemical Age (Lond.) 37: 36-37. July 10, 1937.
(382 0427)

Mundee, 0. Roy, and Porcher, Frances C. Quick-frozen foods. 13pp., processed.
rWashington, D.C.3 U.S. Dept. of commerce, Bureau of foreign and domestic
commerce, Foodstuffs division, April 1938. 157.55 Q4
"Selected list of references on quick freezing", pp.10-13.

New quick-freezing of poultry interests meat packers. Business Week, no.402,
pp.20,22. May 15, 1937. 280.8 Sy8
Describes and points out the advantages of the "Cridericed" quick-
freezing system, which was developed by John N. Crider. This system is
especially adapted to the handling of poultry.

Newton, J.A. Air-flow freezing of fruits and vegetables. Refrig. Engin.
35: 329/. May 1938. 295.9 Am32J

Niles, K.B. Egg whites on parade. U.S. Egg & Poultry Mag. 43: 337-3404.
June 1937. 286.85 Eg3






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O'Brien, John E. Story of quick-frozen foods; modern wonder. Prog. Grocer.
17(5): 26-28, 150; (6): 32-34,83,86,88. May-June 1938. 286.83 P942

Oderkirk, A.D., and Ferguson,. Fred E. Frozen birds and broken eggs. Country
Gent. 108(3): 16,88. March 1938. 6 0833

Ovson, Leo D. Converting the breaking of eggs to a science. ration's Business
25(9): 70-71. September 1937. 286.8 N212
On the frozen egg industry.

Peede, L.G. Congelacion rapida. La Hacienda 32: 228-232, 275-277, 321-323.
'July-September 1937. 6 Hll

Piettre, Maurice. X propos de la crise suraiguie du betail; congelation
Massive des viandes pour 1! armee. L'Academie d'Agriculture de France.
Comptes Rendus 24(22): 778-783. July 6, 1938. 14 P215Bc

Fiettre, Maurice. Some French experiments in quick freezing large pieces of
meat.' U.S. Egg &.Poultry Mag. 44(12): 740-743,766. December 1938.
286.85 Eg3
This paper, "presented at the Food Technology Conference, Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, September, 1937, was published (in French) in
Food Research, vol. 3(1938), nos. 1 and 2, pp.167-175."
Translated by Maurice Mandeville.

Plagge, H.H. Some problems and recent developments on the freezing storage of
fruits and vegetables. Ia. State Hort. Soc. Rept. 1936; 161-167.

Poole, G. Full drawn poultry and quick freezing. U.S. Egg & Poultry Mag.
43: 156-158/. March 1937. 286.85 Eg3
Also published in Amer. Creamery 83: 646-648. Mar. 3,. 1937. (286.85 N482)

Poultry eviscerating problems; open discussion. U.S. Egg c Poultry Mag.
44: 144:-147. March 1938. 286.85 7g3

Quick-frpczi.rn- and fooAL preservation. Lubrication 24(11): 121-132. November
1938. 0.K?.8 L96

Quick freezi*,: o-erations of California consumers corporation. Refrig. Engin.
36: 272-.: 4r October 1938. 295.9 Am32J

Quick frozen fiods Ermonthly3 v.1, no.l, Aug. 1, 1938 date. New York City,
1938 dar.e. 3,.9.8 Q4

Radabauw;h, J.E. Production of frozen eggs; survey of U.S. total 1937 pack
presentr.:d in ,,2'F nm,-n4 *2licti:;comparisons with that' of 1935. Aner.
Pro d .- -V. 86(24): 632,66,4,66. Oct. 5, 1938. 236.35 I,482
Also p 1olished in U.S. E,7- & Poultry Mag. 44: 666-671. November 1938.
(286.85 Eg3)






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RBatcliff, J..D. Big freeze. Collier's 100: 25"26. Aug. 14, 1937. 110 Co
The same article, abridged, is published in the Readers' Digest 31:
87-89. November 1937.

Reid, L.B. Quick freezing thaws.:new markets. U.S. Farm Credit Admin. News
for Farmer Cooperatives 5(7): 4-5, 10. October 1938.

Boush, JJM. Quick frozen foods in cans. Food Indus. 11: 10-11/. January 1939.
389.8 P737

ruhlmamj,Randall H.. Frozen foods "steal the show" at distributor's convention.
cNational food convention of the National food convention of the National
food distributors association. Canning Age 19(10): 381,388. September
1938. 286.83 0165

Rutherford, D.M. Few more notes on refrigeration. Pacific Rural Press
137(4): 78,90. Jan. 28, 1939. 6 P112

Rutherford, D.M. More notes on refrigeration. Pacific Rural Press 134: 265.
Sept. 4, 1937. 6 P112

Rttherford, D.M. Presenting frozen food for thought. Pacific Rural Press
133: 727. May 29, 1937. 6 P112

Selected bibliography from the Institute of American poultry industries' service
Son the subject of quick freezing. U.S. Egg & Poultry Mag. 43: 699-700.
November 1937. 286.85 Eg3

Slocum, Bob Roy. New foods for old. U.S. Dept. Agr., Bur. Agr. Econ. Agr.
Situation 22(4): 22-23. Apr. 1, 1938. I Ec7.Ag

Somner, H.H. Development of oxidized fat flavors in stored frozen cream and
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The container is an invention by Major Elihu Church.

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What is a frozen food? Food Indus. 10: 236-238. April 1938. 389.8 F737

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