HC Deb 03 August 1944 vol 402 cc1639-40W
Sir T. Moore

asked the Minister of Food to what extent Argentine flour is being imported into this country; and if he has received any complaints as to its quality.

Colonel Llewellin

A comparatively small amount of Argentine flour has been imported into this country during the

The arrangements also include an understanding that as and when the shipping position permits the United Kingdom Government will give New Zealand so far as practicable equal and coincident opportunities with other countries for resuming shipments of chilled beef. Certain further details are still under discussion.