Chicago: The Grocery Trade Publishing House, 1926.
Octavo, 208 pages. Illustrated. First edition. The book "speaks for itself. The urgent need of such a book as this, both in the home and in schools where Domestic Science is taught, is obvious." (from the Publisher's Note). Includes definitions of contemporary foodstuffs, government regulations affecting each, and information about various modern food processes.Some spotting and a bit of edgewear to gilt-titled maroon cloth, previous owner initials to front paste-down, otherwise near very good.