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Orange Juice

Volume 415: debated on Wednesday 31 October 1945

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asked the Minister of Food why orange juice is not made available for children over five years of age who have been released from Japanese prison camps.

I am advised that children over five years of age obtain an adequate supply of Vitamin C from their ordinary diet. Where, for any reason, this does not apply, rose hip syrup, blackcurrant puree and synthetic Vitamin C tablets are available.

Yes, Sir. I have tried them. I think they are excellent as a hot drink in the winter.