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Winter Food I CONTROL AND PRICES. I Mr G. H. Rogerts, the Food Controller, .made a statement yesterday on food pros- pects and prices during the coming winter -dealing with various items as follows:— Bacon.—Prices continue to rise at the main source or supply ,North America. Butter.—No prospect of the present al- lowance being increased. A reduction below the 2oz. a head per week probable. Cheese.—Supplies likely to be main- tained at present rates. Margarine.—Maximum price of 80\ per tent. of suppies not to exceed Is. 2d. per lb. during the next four months. Dried Fruits.—Reports not encouraging. Prices and supplies to be controlled if necessary. Fish.—Reversion to complete control if considered desirable in the interest of the consumer. Milk.—Government not disposed to take over wholesale trade. Prices and distribution will be regulated. Meat.—Supplies adequate; registration to continue. Sugaro-Sufficient certain to the end of this year, but price must increase. Supplies in General.—A feeling of assu- rance that there will be adequate quanti- ties. Prices.—A great effort will be required to prevent prices rising higher than last winter.

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