Image from page 456 of “Cranberries; : the national cranberry magazine” (1936)

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Image from page 456 of “Cranberries; : the national cranberry magazine” (1936)
Title: Cranberries; : the national cranberry magazine
Identifier: cranberriesnatio5860port
Year: 1936 (1930s)
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Subjects: Cranberries
Publisher: Portland, CT [etc. ] : Taylor Pub. Co. [etc. ]
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Education, who "broke" the bad news concerning rats treated with amino, developing cancer, on Nov. 9, and also against Food and Drug Administration, and its chief George P. Larrick. The date was referred to as "black Monday", "blue Monday", and "F" Day. Freeman was the main speaker. He declared the United State De- partment of Agriculture was as distressed about the situation as were the cz-anberry growers. "We will do what we can to help you," he said. (He said Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson had directed his division to get together with all divisions of the U. S. D. A. and attempt to help the Thanksgiving and Christmas market for cran- berries. "It is a real challenge for the food industry to re-establish con- fidence in cranberries in the minds of the public." he said. He told how the U. S. D. A. is inow reaching the food industry, urging the promotion of cranber- ries and that the response has been excellent from all over the country. He told of response from big chains. He told of fact sheets going out to the press, particularly the food trade press, to editors and food writers. He said the U.S.D.A. has information centers in five of the principal cities of the country and these offices are busy at- tempting to restore confidence. The U.S.D.A. is working also through Extension Service and Home In- formation Service. He added the U.S.D.A. was ready to meet with the industry again at any time after the first of the year when it was seen how the hristmas market had gone over. In reply to a question in the question and answer period, Bea- ;on declared fresh fruit sales were ^ery poor, but canned sales were )etter. The only market which is ?ood is ths Canadian. He esti- nated there might be a surplus )f 750,000 to 900,000 barrels left >ver out of an estimated crop of ,249,000 barrels. Money value is stimated at $30,000,000. _ Colley, Olsson and Keith re- "iewed the trips made to Washing- on, mostly without positive re- sults. Olsson told how, when the ndustry had learned the ill-fated .nnouncement by Flemming was 0 be made, he had nleaded with ”lemming to give the industry 48 r even 24 hours in which to pre- ent its side of the case before he press conference was held and he news of residue on some cran- erries was released. He said Flemming refused to do his, but would limit his remarks 3 fruit from Oregon and Wash- ington. But at the conference when asked how consumers could tell these uerries from those of Wis- consm, Massachusetts and Jersey, he was at a loss to answer and "Thus put under suspicion all cranberries." He told how he had gotten in touQh with medical authorities, particularly Dr. Charles Astwood, chief medical officer at Tvifts Uni- versity, and told how he gave the chemical amino-triazole to pa- tients for treatment of thyroid gland trouble. He said the industry had an array of medical men ready to testify that no human could be injured by the amount of residue, and would have to eat impossible amounts of cranberries to be in any possible danger. He paid high tribute to the ef- forts of Keith, Senators Leverett Saltonstall and John F. Kennedy m attempting to help the industry. He told how Flemming and Lar- lick had broken or delayed en- gagements with the cranberry dele- gations. "We were given the run- around, the brush-off,*’ he said. Colley told how Cranberry Insti- tute had been re-activated, through its four directors, Marcus M. Ur- ann, Gilbert T. Beaton, Vernon Goldsworthy of Wisconsin and himself. The Institute is now in a position to act as liaison and com- munications center to develop closer integration of activities of all segements of the industry. He told of establishing an office at South Duxbury. He said the Institute recom- mended the investigation by Con- gress of testing procedures of the FDA seizures and destruction processes and manner of publish- ing findings and action, and that steps be taken immediately by May your Yuletide be gaily festooned with many hours of high happiness …. bright with good cheer . . . rich in love and good fel- lowship. Pood and Drug Administration and U.S.D.A. to reassure the consumer, whose confidence in cranberries as a food had been shaken, to restore this loss confidence in the cran- berry industry. He said he hoped the Cape Growers’ Association would be- come more active and that addi- tional meetings would be desirable. He said that in Washington the delegates had come to know a good many dedicated men, but at the same time many who apparently feel they must carry out dubious theories with unreasoning zeal. "We have been told that the main motive was the expressed resolve to protect the American consumer from contaminated cranberries. Nevertheless we have also heard that behind the great cranberry scare is an interesting tale of poli- tics." At one point Olsson had said that Ocean Spray has engaged the services of the Arthur D. Little Company of Cambridge, testing laboratories and that hereafter all seizures by FDA will be chal- lenged in the testing methods. The office of Senator Saltonstall was represented by his legislative assistant, Jonathon Moore, who said the Senator had a prior en- gag-ement, but offered his contin- ued support. He said the cran- berry crisis would be carried to the White House itself. He said Food and Drug had been attempt- ing to evolve a new analysis tech- nique which is much faster and cheaper and this is going into ef- fect immediately. A telegram was read from Senator Kennedy. At one point in the meeting, it was brought out that the rats which developed cancer had not

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