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Environment, Food and Rural Affairs - Minutes of Evidence [Back to Report]

Here you can browse the Minutes of Evidence which were ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 1 May 2002.


Members present:

Mr David Curry, in the Chair

Mr Mark Todd

David Burnside

Diana Organ
Gillian Shephard

Mr David Drew

Mr Keith Simpson

Patrick Hall

Paddy Tipping

Mr Austin Mitchell



Memorandum submitted by the Food and Drink Federation (FDF) (A31)

Memorandum submitted by Cadbury Schweppes (A19)

Memorandum submitted by British Sugar plc (A55)

Examination of Witnesses

JONATHAN PEEL, Director, EU and International Policy, Food and Drink Federation, SIMON HARRIS, Director for Corporate Affairs, British Sugar, RUTH RAWLING, Vice President, Public Affairs Europe, Cargill plc, ERICA TOWN, Export Manager, Nestlé UK and NEIL MAKIN, External Affairs Director, Cadbury Schweppes plc, examined.

Question Number





Supplementary memorandum submitted by the Food and Drink Federation (A31(a))

Memorandum submitted by Guy Carpenter and Company Limited

Examination of Witnesses

JOHN DRAKEFORD, Senior Manager and Principal, Guy Carpenter and Company Limited, and GARY HUTCHINGS, Consultant, Hutchings and Associates, examined.

Question Number



Memorandum submitted by UK Agricultural Supply Trade Association Ltd (UKASTA) (A29)

Examination of Witnesses

ANDREW BARNARD, (Commercial Director Dalgety Group Ltd), Immediate Past Chairman, MARTIN HUMPHREY, (Director, Humphrey Farms Ltd), member of the Feed Executive Committee, JIM REED, Chief Executive and PAUL ROOKE, Policy Director, United Kingdom Agricultural Supply Trade Association, examined.

Question Number


Supplementary memorandum submitted by Martin Humphrey, UKASTA (A29(a))

Supplementary memorandum submitted by Jim Reed, Chief Executive of UKASTA (A29(b))




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