Formaldehyde in milk
WANTS NEW LAW ENACTED Food Inspector Farnsworth Would Have Use of Formaldehyde Formaldehyde in Milk Stopped. Food Inspector Farnworth says that no injurious effects result from the use of formaldehyde In milk as a preservative and that it is bftter to use this instead of milk that has become sour. However. he says he is against the dairies being allowed to adulterate milk. As there is no state law in regard to this subject, it is impossible to do anything. He thinks one should be enacted. He says he first discovered formaldehyde in Topeka milk three years ago. It was only used to a small extent then. The next year it was used more and now practically every dairy around Topeka preserves the milk In this way.