International: WHAT THE WORLD WILL EAT

What most people in 1947's world want to know most is how they are going to eat for the next year. The man who is supposed to have the answer is Dennis A. FitzGerald, U.S. food expert and secretary general of the International Emergency Food Council, which tries to get the world's food where it will do the most good. Last week FitzGerald made his report on next year's prospects. Highlights:

¶ World production of grain (other than rice) is rising; but meats, fats and sugar are still down.

¶ Rice production in the Far East is still low; rice-consuming countries...

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