THE WAR AND FROZEN MEAT TRADE
Press Association —By Telegraph—Copyright. LONDON, January 14. (Received January .15. at 11.25 a.m.) Weddel's annual review of the meat trade, states that the experiences of th« war already show that for ease in transport, capacity to stand exposure and economy in handling frozen meat is far superior to fresh killed or chilled. France's removal of the restrictions must materially influence the whole trade. For some time she has been admitting frozen meat, not only for military requirements, but also to protect, her flocks and herds from undue depiction. It is impossible to forecast the. course of the market, but while, the British Navy retains control of the sea and the supply of insulated tonnage is maintained it is scarcely likely that prices will advance further.
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THE WAR AND FROZEN MEAT TRADE, Evening Star, Issue 15701, 15 January 1915