§ Mrs. Ewing
To ask the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food how much has been spent by his Department in each of the last three years to(a) produce public information in alternative formats for visually impaired people and (b) publicise the availability of accessible information among visually impaired people.
§ Mr. Jack
As part of its wider "Foodsense" campaign, MAFF has spent £23,000 since 1993 on producing information in' alternative formats for visually impaired
Spongiform Encephalopathy Advisory Committee Member Commercial interests Non commercial interests Name of company Nature of interest Name of company Nature of interest Dr. D. A. J. Tyrrell, Chairmam Reckitt and Colman Consultant None None Smith Kiline Beecham PEP shareholder Procter and Gamble Editorial work Dr. R. G. Will, Deputy Chairman None None Department of Health Grant Holder Scottish Home and Health Dept. Grant Holder Prof. I. Allen None None Multiple Sclerosis Society Grant Holder Prof. F. Brown None None None None Dr. W. D. Hueston None None None None Dr. R. H. Kimberlin Petfood Industry (World-wide) Adviser European commission Adviser Pharmaceutical Industry (World-Wide) Adviser Meat and Livestock Commission Adviser United Nations (Food and Agriculture) Dept. Adviser Office International des Epizooties Adviser National Governments in Europe, Americas and Adviser Australasia World Health Adviser Organisation Mr. D. B. Pepper Veterinary Freelance consultant None None Pharmaceutical Industry Veterinary Defence Society Ltd. Claims Consultant Dr. W. A. Watson
people. Availability has been publicised through the Royal National Institute for the Blind.