Research On Daily Bread 1959

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    Research on daily bread at Wageningen, Holland (Netherlands).

    Exterior shot Agricultural University. CU sign on wall. Various shots mechanical dough mixer. Various shots of machinery at work, forming dough into various shapes. MS man placing loaves of bread onto shelves of oven. Various shots two men examining the bread. CU pastry cutter being used to cut hole in slice of bread. Bread from hole is squashed back into dough and placed in tiny tin. Various shots tiny tins of dough, they are baked in oven. Various shots of laboratory tests being made on tiny loaves of bread by scientists.

    Date on dope sheet is 22/06/1959.

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    British Pathé
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    01:01:04:00 / 01:02:58:00
    UN 3248 F
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    UN 3248 F
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