Unwholesome food

UNWHOLESOME FOOD. Food not fit to be eaten; food which, if eaten, would be injurious.
     2. Although the law does not in general consider a sale to be a warranty or goodness of the quality of a personal chattel, yet it is otherwise with regard to food and liquor when sold for consumption. 1 Roll. Ab. 90, pl. 1 and 2.

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In society there were silly conversations lasting half a minute, cool acquaintanceships founded on such half-minutes, general reciprocity of suspicion, overcrowding, insufficient ventilation, bad music badly executed, late hours, unwholesome food, intoxicating liquors, jealous competition in useless expenditure, husband-hunting, flirting, dancing, theatres, and concerts.
On the other hand, here come whole tribes of people whose physical lives are but a deteriorated variety of life, and themselves a meaner species of mankind; so sad an effect has been wrought by the tainted breath of cities, scanty and unwholesome food, destructive modes of labor, and the lack of those moral supports that might partially have counteracted such bad influences.
Jesus moved in a community that allowed the accumulation of private property just as ours does, and the gospel that he preached was not that in such a community it is an advantage for a man to live on scanty, unwholesome food, to wear ragged, unwholesome clothes, to sleep in horrid, unwholesome dwellings, and a disadvantage for a man to live under healthy, pleasant, and decent conditions.
KHANEWAL -- District coordination Officer Khalid Mahmood Sheikh has directed the officials concerned to take strict action against adulterators and unwholesome food sellers to make the ongoing anti-adulteration drive a success.
Had the governments been serious, there would have been many more food inspectors, very many harsh laws and large fines and long jail times for selling unwholesome food.
Further investigation into the violations cited would help explain if they were due to contamination, food storage, or due to the establishment receiving unwholesome food.
As we have observed with other food stuffs that have suffered similar experiences, recovery from these tragic events takes years and taints all suppliers with the same accusation of supplying a potentially unwholesome food, whether individual grower-shippers had anything to do with the episode or not.
Florida consumers have exercised the wisdom not to serve unwholesome food to their families.
The major concern seems to be that the technique of irradiation could allow the use of unwholesome food, although responsible manufacturers will be only too well aware that only high quality raw materials can be turned into high quality products.
Several groups against cruelty to animals say that the owners of horse carriages provide unwholesome food and dirty drinking water to the animals and at times no food is given at all.
Abu Dhabi: Despite a range of efforts to encourage healthy eating in schools, unwholesome foods like processed meats, fried foods, candy and sodas are continuing to make their way into children's lunchboxes in the emirate of Abu Dhabi.