HC Deb 11 December 1950 vol 482 c118W
121. Mr. Turton

asked the Minister of Food if he will give the items of expenditure by which he has calculated from the survey that 6s. 9d. per week is spent on food other than basic-subsidised food.

Mr. F. Willey

Following are the details. The survey gave the following estimate of average weekly expenditure per person on food other than subsidised foods:

s. d.
Fruit of all kinds (including nuts) 1
Meat (excluding carcase meat) and meat products 1
Cakes and biscuits 1
Vegetables and vegetable products (excluding potatoes)
Fish and fish products
Other cereal foods
Preserves, syrup and treacle
Condensed and dried milk
Coffee, cocoa and cocoa drinks
Unrationed cheese and fats 1
Miscellaneous items (a)
6 9
(a) Soups and extracts, spreads and dressings, patent drinks and foods, condiments, etc.