Business & Finance: Business & Finance, Dec. 1, 1941

In England arrived a ship whose entire hold had been turned into an icebox by insulating bottom and sides with boxes of frozen lard, filling with frozen meat, covering with more lard. U.S. meat packers had solved the problem of scarce refrigerator space. They had also killed two birds with one stone, since England needs both meat & lard.


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