§ 36. Mr. P. Wells
asked the Minister of Food if he is satisfied that adequate storage and processing facilities exist in this country to deal with the present acreage of fruit.
Existing storage and processing facilities are thought to be adequate for a normal fruit crop from the present acreage. In times of glut the need for, and so the adequacy of, such facilities will, of course, depend on public demand for fruit and fruit products.
The Question relates to storage and processing. I suggest that the hon. Gentleman should put a separate Question down.