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BREAD AND FLOUR IN SWEDEN.
INTERNAL REVENUE DECISIONS. Special Agent M. H. Davis furnishes an interesting
(T. D. 1433.) report from Stockholm on the flour and grain trade of
Bottling of Spirits in Bond. Sweden. The special agent intimates that trade with
Vo foreign materials to be added.
Treasury Department, the United States would be promoted if the mills
OFFICE OF COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE, would deal directly with Swedish millers and importers instead of continuing relations that existed prior to
Washington, D. C., November 13, 1908. the establishment of Sweden as an independent king
Sir-Yours of with instant is received stating that dom. The report follows:
you are about to commence to bottle a lot of whisky The population of Sweden is not far from 5,500,000.
for your trade, and that several of your customers Stockholm, the capital and largest city, with a popula- desire an addition of a little caramel for coloring and
a small portion of rock-candy sirup before it is bottled tion of 340,000, is the largest importing point, while Gottenborg, on the southwestern coast, with 190,000
in bond. These parties state that without the caramel inhabitants, is the greatest in volume of exports.
and sirup the proof of 100 per cent is too fiery for
their trade. You ask if this can be done. The consumption of wheat fiour in Sweden is a mat
In reply you are advised that the addition of material ter of only moderate importance, but is believed to be increasing. Rye flour, or, more accurately speaking, March 3, 1897, authorizing the bottling of spirits in
desired is expressly prohibited by law. The act of coarse rye meal, is chiefly used for bread making. A
bond, provides : considerable percentage of the wheat used is converted
“That for convenience in such process any number into a coarse or graham flour, which is, to a large ex
of packages of spirits of the same kind, differing only tent, combined with the rye meal in making bread. The
in proof, but produced at the same distillery by the standard bread in Sweden, found on the tables of the
same distiller, may be mingled together in a cistern working people, and seemingly always present on the
provided for that purpose, but nothing herein shall tables of the best hotels and the well to do, is a
authorize or permit any mingling of different products peculiar product. It is not a loaf. It is round, about
or of the same products of different distilling seasons, the size of a dinner plate, and similar in thickness, and I am tempted to say nearly as hard. Apparently terial or the application of any method or process to
or the addition or subtraction of any substance or mano yeast is used in its make-up. Being of coarse material, the color is dark. Though wholly uninviting to
alter or change in any way the original condition or
character of the product except as herein authorized. one used to white, spongy, flaky bread, and made more
John G. CAPERS, Commissioner. so to the average American taste by the presence of
Baltimore, Md. caraway seeds in profusion, yet to those accustomed to it, it is the staff of life. The people of the central and northern part of Sweden use mostly this kind of bread. In the south more of the softer dark breads are used. These may, as in the case of hard breads, be either all rye or a mixture of wheat and rye meals. White bread in loaves, as in America or Great Britain, is seldom used. The baking of higher grades of wheat
CLEANLINESS, HEALTH INSURANCE, flour aside from its use in pastry and cakes, is largely ECONOMY AND CONVENIENCE IN confined to the production of rolls or very small loaves of bread. That the use of white flour from wheat is increasing is evidenced by the imports and the increasing facilities of the Swedish mills for producing
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A PRACTICAL ROTATION. “I suppose you follow a system of rotation in your agricultural operations,” casually observed the highbrowed graduate of the modern agricultural college.
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“A scheme of rotation. That is, take that large field there; you put that to one purpose one year, another purpose the next year, and still differently the third year, and so on.”
“Oh, yes, I see what your meanin'. Well, sir, last year we used the proceeds of that field to give Elizabeth her musical education; this year the proceeds went to pay boot in a horse trade that I had the honor of engineerin', and next year I intend that field shall give me a trip down to the city and build a new concrete smoke-house. After that I'm countin' on lettin' the youngest hoy, Henry Absalom, farm the field on shares to kinder get his hands into the work.”—Exchange.
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