HC Deb 17 March 1919 vol 113 c1707
64. Captain FITZROY

asked the Food Controller whether, having in view the necessity of ensuring a certain supply of milk, he will announce without delay the fixed maximum prices for milk and cheese, based on the ascertained cost of production not only for this summer, but also for the winter of 1919–20?


The Food Controller is fully aware of the desirability of making an announcement as soon as possible in regard to the prices of milk and cheese during the coming summer and the winter of 1919–1920, and hopes to do so as soon as the Travelling Milk Commission now engaged in ascertaining the cost of production has made its Report.

Captain Sir B. STANIER

When will it be published?


I do not know.

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