§ Mr. Wolrige-Gordon
asked the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (1) what proportion of the mutton and lamb sold in the home market is produced in this country;
- (2) what proportion of the pork and bacon sold in the home market is produced in this country;
- (3) what proportion of the beef sold in the United Kingdom is home-produced.
§ Mr. Scott-Hopkins
Of total supplies commercially available in the United Kingdom in 1962, the following proportions are estimated to have been home produced:
Mutton and Lamb 41 per cent. Pork 96 per cent. Bacon 36 per cent. Beef and Veal 71 per cent.