This book, first published in 1940, is a systematic analysis of Britain’s principal food supplies and the means by which they are distributed to the people. Its calculates the total quantities of food required to feed the whole nation properly, examines pricing structures and the sources of the food stuffs. Both home produced and imported foods are covered in this survey, as are restrictions in the form of the wartime governmental controls.
Table of Contents
1. The Need for a Food Policy 2. Bread 3. Milk and Milk Products 4. Eggs 5. Meat 6. Bacon 7. Sea Fish 8. Vegetables and Sea Fruit 9. Tea 10. Sugar 11. British Agriculture and Food Supply 12. The Problem of Distribution 13. Food Problems in Wartime 14. The Involvement of Nutrition