HC Deb 13 November 1930 vol 244 cc1867-8W
Viscount ELMLEY

asked the Minister of Agriculture the quantity and value of pulped Dutch black currants imported this year to the latest convenient date, and similar figures for the same period of the year 1929?


Imports of black currant pulp into the United Kingdom are not separately distinguished in the Trade Returns. From the official monthly trade returns of the Netherlands, how


The figures in the telegram referred to, which illustrate trade development under regulated marketing conditions in Australia and South Africa, were derived from the following sources:

Weddell's Annual Review of Imported Dairy Produce.

Trade and Navigation Returns, United Kingdom.

The full figures are as follow:

ever, it appears that in 1929, 2,685 tons valued at £71,712 were exported to Great Britain from January to September, and for the corresponding period in 1930, 1,760 tons valued at £40,778.


asked the President of the Board of Trade the total quantities of fruit pulp imported from foreign countries during the years 1928, 1929, and the first 10 months of 1030, respectively?


The total quantities of fruit pulp in syrup imported into Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and consigned from foreign countries, amounted during the years 1928 and 1929 to 4,797 cwts. and 6,813 cwts., respectively, and during the 10 months ended 31st October, 1930, to 980 cwts. Separate particulars in respect of fruit pulp imported otherwise than in syrup are not available.