HC Deb 10 May 1927 vol 206 c218W
Brigadier-General CLIFTON BROWN

asked the Minister of Health (1) what are the principle articles of food for which imported machine-skimmed milk is used;

(2) whether the 88,000 tons of machine-skimmed condensed milk imported last year into this country was all used for human consumption, or whether some of it was used for other trade purposes; and, if so, for what purposes?


So far as I am aware, all the machine-skimmed condensed milk referred to was imported for human consumption, including various manufacturing and household uses. I regret that I have no information which would enable me to state in detail the principal articles of food in which it is used.