Soybean biscuits are made and K ration packets are put together in a factory in the United States for U.S. Army soldiers.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:2 min 23 sec Sound:Yes
Nutritious food for U.S. Army soldiers in the United States. Workers at soybean processing plants. A soy expert working in a laboratory. Two workers carry soy flour in sacks and put the flour into processors. Wheat flour and eggs are added. Dough is kneaded in the processor. Soybean biscuits coming out of the processor in strips. Workers at a chewing gum factory making K ration packets. An army officer beside the workers. The workers, at an assembly line, put a tin of meat, soy biscuits, a concentrated chocolate or a fruit bar, lemon powder, cigarettes and a chewing gum in individual containers. The containers are made water and air tight. Soldiers move in a column on an airfield and get into an aircraft. The soldiers having food seated at tables.
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