A delicate commodity, easily damaged by odors. Subject to loss in weight but this is dependent on the moisture content before shipping, ventilation and heat. Sago flour should not be stowed near the boilers. Sago flour from Borneo is at times shipped improperly dried, and the dampness may cause the sago bags to rot.
When bags are slightly wetted, this may result in mustiness, which it may prove possible to remove by drying in warm air. The quality of commodity is unaffected.
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