§ 51. Mr. Piratin
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer what are the current rates of subsidy on home-grown food; and the various categories comprising the total.
§ The Economic Secretary to the Treasury (Mr. Douglas Jay)
I gave some of the information requested in reply to a Question by the hon. and gallant Member for Ludlow (Lieut.-Colonel Corbett) on 27th July, 1948. I will with permission circulate in the OFFICIAL REPORT further details of some of the figures then given.
§ Following are the figures:
|£ million (annual rate)|
|Bread made from home-grown wheat, including the baking subsidy||12.8|
|Flour (other than that used for bread) and other cereals||8.2|
|Home-grown animal feedingstuffs||0.6|
|Milk in Schools||8.5|
|Other Welfare Foods||7.4|