HC Deb 18 May 1950 vol 475 c185W
Mr. Bossom

asked the Minister of Food at what price liquid eggs are now being imported into this country; and what price English egg producers get for their liquid eggs.

Mr. Webb

The only liquid egg (as distinct from frozen egg) imported into this country is a small quantity imported by private traders, and I do not know the price. The great bulk of the some supply comes from damaged eggs sorted out at the packing stations. The packing stations find their own market for the liquid and I have no detailed information about the prices they obtain.

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