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Food Supplies (Nutrient Value)

Volume 526: debated on Monday 5 April 1954

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asked the Minister of Food the nutrient equivalent of food supplies per head per day moving into civilian consumption in the United Kingdom during 1953.

About 84 grams of protein including 44·3 grams of animal protein; 128 grams of fat; 385 grams of carbohydrate; and 3030 calories.

'000tons
195119521953
Margarine:
For the domestic ration and caterers342·2374·9349·4
For trade users, Service supplies, ships' stores and exports86·564·864·4
Total428·7439·7413·8
Cooking Fats (including lard):
For the domestic ration and caterers171·2168·2161·7
For trade users, Service supplies, ships' stores and exports195·283·066·1
Total276·4251·2227·8

provide for maturities at dates appropriate to the respective funds in pursuance of the general policy of adjusting the holdings in those funds.