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March 21, 1914 – It will be of interest to packers to know that the custom authorities in France have issued a regulation which may be well to heed.

The regulation, which goes into effect the last of June this year, is in substance as follows: "Canned salmon and other canned fish may not be imported into France unless the name of the country of origin is stamped in raised or sunken Roman characters, at least four millimeters in height on the lid or bottom of each receptacle and on a portion not marked with any printing. The same indications must be recreated in adhesive letters on the cas...



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