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Quantity of surplus food distributed for domestic and foreign use, fiscal years 1966 and 1967

(Million pounds

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60.3 41. 2 31.0 50.6 47.1

46.9 54. O 68.0 14. 4

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37. 2 29. 4

77.0

29.4

77.0

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21.5 4. 5 3.9

2.2 6.0 10.1 6.3 2.6 2.9

54.6 15.1 9.8

1.8 53. 7 27. 6

77.0

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147.8 79. 1 46. 6 25. 2 9.7

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2.5 147.8 79. 1 46. 6 25. 2 9. 7

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Sec. 32:

Beans.
Butter.
Cheese
Cornmeal.
Cottonseed oil and shortening
Eggs, shell
Flour
Fruits, deciduous.
Livestock products.
Milk,
Rice
Turkeys
Vegetables.

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15. 3
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22.6
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11.4

18.7

Sec. 416:

Beans.
Butter
Butter oil (butter equivalent).
Cheese
Cornmeal..
Corn.
Cottonseed oil and shortening-
Flour.
Milk.
Rice
Wheat.

15. 3

Total, sec. 416.

93. O

118.7

56.8

95.5

107.5

286.9

257.3

1, 727.9

1, 477.8

501. 1 1, 220.5 1,061.9 1, 220.5

2, 229.0 2, 789.8

Grand total.

264.7

417.6

130.0

154, 5

394.4

489.8

789.1

1, 727.9

2,009.6

NOTE.-It is estimated that approximately 2,465.1 million pounds may be distributed during the 1958 fiscal year.

Cost of surplus food distributed for domestic and foreign use, fiscal years 1956 and 1957

(Million dollars)

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NOTE.-It is estimated that commodities which at approximately $335.3 may be distributed during the 1958 fiscal year.

2. Food trades program.—Under this program the consumption of plentiful foods is encouraged through normal channels of trade by enlisting the cooperation of food distributors in obtaining merchandising emphasis on foods available in plentiful supply and by supporting industry food promotion and merchandising campaigns. The workload under this activity is shown in the following table :

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i Includes 10,000 expected to be distributed to public feeders for the first time.

Major food drives were conducted during the past year on dairy products, rice, turkeys, canned corn, eggs, lettuce, stewing chickens, and strawberries. In addition, special activities were undertaken to support the wheat industry's "August Sandwich Month" campaign.

3. Food preservation program. The work performed under this program supplements the direct distribution activity by furnishing assistance and advice in the preservation of foods and in the operation of preservation centers. During fiscal year 1957, local preservation centers processed 17,724 pounds of fresh plums for redistribution to schools and other outlets. The commodities which will be processed in 1958 depend upon the volume of local purchases and Federal donations.

Assistance and advice furnished to nonprofit food preservation centers during fiscal

years 1957 and estimated for 1958

Project

Fiscal year

Fiscal year 1957, number 1958, number

(estimate)

Technical assistance furnished in improving cannery techniques and in in

stalling equipment.
Workshops conducted in food preservation training
Plant surveys performed...
Floor plans and equipment drawings developed and used.

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E. Marketing agreements and orders 1. Activities under the milk, fruit and vegetable agreement and order programs during

fiscal year 1957 and estimated for 1958

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Agreement and order programs in effect...
Hearings held to consider amendments to existing orders or the issuance

of orders in new areas..
Requests received for new programs.
Amendments issued to existing orders.
Suspensions issued to existing orders..
Petitions received for review of various order provisions..
Petitions disposed of during the year..
Court cases started during the year.
Court cases disposed of during the year.
Hearings held under Administrative Procedures Act.
Applications reviewed from cooperatives for qualifications to participate

under the act...
Cases disposed of under the act.
Regulatory orders issued under provisons of marketing order-
Appointment of administrative or control committees.
Promulgation of committee rulemaking.
Budgets approved.
Investigation of alleged violations.
Cases referred to Department of Justice for prosecution.
Extension of time for filing exceptions..
Administrator's decisions issued
Secretary's decisions issued..
Secretary's referendum orders issued.

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2. Marketing agreement and order programs in effect for fluid milk during fiscal

year 1957

State

City

Estimated Estimated number of amount of producers pooled milk

|(1,000 pounds)

Arizona..
Arkansas
Delaware
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa.
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana.
Massachusetts
Michigan.
Minnesota
Mississippi.
Missouri.
Nebraska
New York
Ohio...

459 1, 232

403 22, 399 1,940 1,519 2, 522 2, 379 2, 898 14,953

Central Arizona...
Fort Smith; central Arkansas..
Wilmington...
Chicago; Quad Cities (grade A); Rockford-Freeport.
Fort Wayne; South Bend-LaPorte
Cedar Rapids-Iowa City; Dubuque; Sioux City.
Neosho Valley; southwest Kansas; Topeka; Wichita.
Louisville; Paducah.
New Orleans; Shreveport.
Boston; Fall River; Merrimack Valley; Springfield;

Worcester.
Detroit; Muskegon; upstate Michigan
Duluth-Superior; Minneapolis-St. Paul.
Central Mississippi.-
Kansas City; Ozarks; St. Louis..
Omaha-Lincoln-Council Bluffs; Platte Valley
New York
Akron-Stark County, Cincinnati; Cleveland; Co-

lumbus; Dayton-Springfield; Lima; Toledo; Tri

State.
Oklahoma metropolitan area..
Philadelphia
Black Hills; eastern South Dakota; Sioux Falls-

324, 172 194, 072

84, 010 5, 134, 205

288, 342 312, 286 453, 491 418, 390

446, 647 2, 355, 402 1,993, 363 1,003, 527

170, 382 1, 327, 135

331, 537 7, 825, 093 3, 172, 727

13, 631 5, 214 1, 059 7, 980 2, 574 45, 377 23, 571

Oklahoma
Pennsylvania.
South Dakota

2,618
7, 281

598

433, 728 1, 292, 551

137, 563

Mitchell
Appalachian; Chattanooga; Knoxville; Memphis;

Nashville.
Austin-Waco; central west Texas; Corpus Christi;

north Texas; San Antonio; Texas Panhandle.
Inland Empire; Puget Sound
Bluefield; Clarksburg; Wheeling-
Milwaukee...

Total, 67 markets..
Estimated farm value

Tennessee

5, 139

846, 232 1, 546, 085 1,053, 319

241, 689 558, 606

5,874

Texas.. Washington. West Virginia. Wisconsin

4, 662 2, 157 2, 341

180,780

31, 944, 554 1, 354,808,000

3. Fruit and vegetable-marketing agreement and order programs in effect during fiscal

year 1957

Orders in effect

Estimated number of commercial producers

Estimated

farm values

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Citrus fruits:

California-Arizona Navels miscellaneous oranges.
California-Arizona Valencia oranges.
California-Arizona desert grapefruit.
California-Arizona lemons.
Florida oranges 1.
Florida grapefruit
Florida tangerines 1

Florida limes.
Deciduous fruits:

Florida avocados.
California Tokay grapes.
Colorado peaches.-
Georgia peaches.
Utah peaches.
California Bartlett pears!
California plums 1
California Elberta peaches 1.
Oregon-Washington-California winter pears.
Washington apricots..

Washington sweet cherries.
Dried fruits:

California dates
California figs..
California dried prunes.

California raisins.
Vegetables:
Peas and cauliflower: Colorado.
Onions: Idaho, Oregon..

300

300 6,000 8,000

100

1,700 3, 000 33, 000 43,000

Tomatoes: Florida..
Potatoes:

Idaho-Malheur Co., Oregon..
Colorado..
Central Oregon-northern California..
Maine
Virginia-North Carolina
Eastern South Dakota.
Washington..

New England except Maine..
Nuts:
California almonds..
Oregon-Washington filberts.
Southeastern pecans (5 States).
West coast walnuts.

Total, 34 orders...

350 1, 360

928 2,979 45, 300

8, 521 2, 594 1, 779 4, 659 4, 059

267 1, 073 1, 450

48, 250 17, 257 12, 900 50, 750 10,000

1, 200 16, 228 10, 631

8, 500 3, 400 8. 500 20,000

29,000

1, 350 17, 500 32,000

853. 364

1 One order each respectively.

PERISHABLE AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES ACT FUNDS Mr. WHITTEN. And pages 65 to 69 of the justifications entitled "Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act Funds” will be inserted in the record at this point. (The pages referred to are as follows:)

Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act Fund Appropriation, 1958 and base for 1959 (from receipts)

$662, 000 Budget estimate, 1959 (from receipts) ---

679, 600 Increase (in annual permanent appropriation due to estimated increase in revenue) ----

+17,600 NOTE.- A total of $988,638 is estimated to be available for obligation in fiscal year 1959, including an unobligated balance of $309,038

to be carried forward from 1958. total, the estimates tentatively forecast obligations of $679,600 for fiscal year 1959, leaving a carryover of $309,038 into tiscal year 1960.

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