§ Mr. SHAKESPEARE
The preparation of diet schedules is a matter in which account has to be taken of local food customs and other circumstances, and it would be impracticable to produce any schedule of universal application. My hon. Friend will, however, find most of the information required for the construction of suitable diets for any groups of persons in the published reports on the Criticism and Improvement of Diets and on Diets in Poor Law Children's Homes which have been made by my right hon. Friend's Advisory Committee on Nutrition.
§ Mr. PALING
Would not malnutrition be avoided if the majority of these persons had the means with which to buy food?