Sale of Bread

Sale of Bread

During World War 2, rationing laws in the UK prohibited the sale of freshly-baked bread because “the tastiness of just-baked bread is likely to encourage people to eat it immoderately”. Therefore bread had to be at least 24 hours old before it was sold.

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