§ Mr. Snadden
asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Food how much per stone have potatoes been cheapened in total to consumers as a result of the operation of the Government's potato subsidy policy in respect of the 1941 crop?171W
§ Mr. Mabane
It is estimated that retail prices of potatoes were cheaper by 2¼d. per stone at the beginning of the 1941 season and by 8½d. per stone at the end of the season than they would have been had there been no subsidies.