Honey.

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies. – in the House of Commons on 8th July 1942.

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Photo of Mr Adam M'Kinlay Mr Adam M'Kinlay , Dunbartonshire

asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Food the names of the firms who, in response to the Ministry's request, returned honey to the association, together with the weight of the honey so returned by retail firms, giving the amount returned by each individual firm where the weight exceeded one cwt.?

Photo of Mr William Mabane Mr William Mabane , Huddersfield

I am informed that no honey has been returned to the Honey Importers' and Packers' Association following the advice recently given by my Department as to the disposal of stocks by retailers having no sugar registrations.

Photo of Mr Adam M'Kinlay Mr Adam M'Kinlay , Dunbartonshire

Is my hon. Friend aware that one Glasgow warehouse had at the time approximately two tons of honey with 200 sugar registrations, and will he inquire what became of it, whether it was used in bakeries or whether it was given away?

Photo of Mr William Mabane Mr William Mabane , Huddersfield

I should be glad to have details of the case which the hon. Gentleman has in mind and any other cases he may know of so that they may be examined.