HISTORICAL BOXFORD PRESS



Diseased Meat

The Scotsman
03 October 1902

At the Guildhall yesterday, Charles Godden a jobbing butcher of Boxford, Suffolk, was fined £100, or three months' imprisonment, for sending diseased pork to Central London Market, intending it for sale as human food. It was stated that Godden had twice previously been convicted of a similar offence, and cautioned several times.



 


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