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Eggs (Imports)

Volume 886: debated on Wednesday 19 February 1975

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asked the Secretary of State for Scotland how many cases of eggs have been imported into Scotland from France in 1975.

No eggs have been imported directly into Scotland from France. Of the French eggs imported into the United Kingdom in 1975, it is estimated that some 3,200 cases of eggs have been traded in Scotland—less than 1 per cent. of total supply.