FDA Notices of Judgment Collection, 1908-1966

10221. Adulteration of plain flour, rye flour, whole wheat flour, pastry flour, and self-rising flour. U. S. v. 50 Bags of Plain Flour (and 7 other seizure actions against plain flour, rye flour, whole wheat flour, self-rising flour, and pastry flour). Decrees of condemnation. Two lots ordered destroyed; remaining lots ordered released under bond to be used for animal feed or industrial purposes.

Case Number:
10221
Collection:
Foods, 1940-1966
Evidence Numbers:
F. D. C. Nos. 16273, 17055, 17168, 17217, 17400, 17749, 17989, 18368. Sample Nos. 950-H, 1215-H, 10711-H, 13458-H, 13750-H, 13751-H, 13757-H, 13758-H, 13986-H, 13999-H.
Date Issued:
January 1948
Seizure Dates:
December 1, 1944, and August 3, 1945
Product Keywords:
plain flour, rye flour, whole wheat flour, pastry flour, and self-rising flour
Defendant Names:
Sexauer, Inc.
Court Jurisdiction:
Northern and Southern Districts of Ohio, Western District of Kentucky, Western District of New York, Middle District of Georgia, and Southern District of Florida
Seizure Location:
Sidney, Ohio ; Evansville, Ind. ; Canton, Ohio ; Louisville, Ky. ; Cleveland, Ohio ; Corning, N.Y. ; Miami, Fla. ; Thomaston, Ga.
Shipped From:
Minneapolis, Minn., Chicago, Ill., Johnson City, Tenn., and Spokane, Wash.
Shipped To:
Sidney, Ohio ; Evansville, Ind. ; Canton, Ohio ; Louisville, Ky. ; Cleveland, Ohio ; Corning, N.Y. ; Miami, Fla. ; Thomaston, Ga.
Copyright:
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