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Offal Allocations

Volume 446: debated on Wednesday 28 January 1948

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asked the Minister of Food what steps are taken to ensure that chairmen of butchers' associations allocate offal fairly as between other retailers and themselves; and what action is taken when this is not fairly done.

In England and Wales allocations of offal to retail butchers are made by officers of the retailers' buying committees and appointed by the butchers themselves. The committees are at liberty to remove men from office who do not give satisfaction