§ Mr. Boothby
The need for economy in the use of foodstuffs has been repeatedly stressed, and I am not aware 1383 that any considerable amount of edible matter is at present finding its way into canteen, service and private house dustbins. If my hon. Friend will give me particulars of any specific instances I will be very glad to inquire into them.
§ Mr. Loftus
Is the hon. Member aware that in the later stages of the last war every permanent camp in England and France kept pigs to dispose of the camp waste as a measure of food production? Will he consider introducing that to-day, here and abroad?