HC Deb 15 December 1949 vol 470 c329W
Sir E. Graham-Little

asked the Minister of Food if he will restore for the coming Christmas the concession previously allowed to send cakes and plum puddings, bought as well as home made, to addresses on the Continent.

Dr. Summerskill

No special concession is necessary, since home-made cakes and puddings count as rationed food for inclusion in gift food parcels under the present regulations, while bought cakes and puddings may be sent with an equal weight of rationed food, up to the limit of 2 lb. for any one foodstuff and 7 lb. gross for the whole parcel.

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