Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies

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  • Vitamins, Scotland (2 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Food what proportion of mothers in Scotland are taking up the free or cheap allowances of orange juice, cod liver oil and vitamin pills; and what is happening to the...

  • Trading Accounts (4 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Food if he will explain the difference of the detailed items on pages 24 to 44 in the Trading Accounts and Balance Sheets 1947–48 (49) referring to commissions and...

  • Fish Landings, Lowestoft (12 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Food whether he is aware that on 20th June Skipper J. R. C. Reader landed 495 stones of dabs at Lowestoft only one-third of which were sold at 4s. a stone and that the...

  • Animals (Slaughter) (7 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Food how many animals were slaughtered last year with and without the humane killer of each variety separately; and how many were killed by electric stunning.

  • Sweets (4 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Food whether, before sweets were de-rationed, his Department carried out any survey to ascertain potential consumer demand.

  • Linseed Oil (4 speeches)

    Colonel Hutchison: asked the Minister of Food what price he has paid for linseed oil under the Argentine Agreement; and what are the current prices for the same commodity in the United States of...