HC Deb 24 March 1919 vol 114 c21
82. Colonel Sir A. SPROT

asked the Food Controller if he can see his way to remove at once all restrictions on the sale of feeding stuffs for cattle and pigs, including millers' offals, which are at present being charged a high price?


The Food Controller has already removed the restrictions on the distribution of feeding stuffs in this country. The only other restrictions imposed in connection with the sale of feeding stuffs are those set out in the Cattle Feeding Stuffs (Maximum Prices) Order, and, in view of the importance of preventing any increase in the prices charged, he does not yet propose to rescind this Order. I may add, however, that a temporary reduction of £2 per ton in the price of Millers' Offals has recently been made.

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