Plan Expected this Week
WASHINGTON, D.C.—The War Food Administration (WFA) is expected to announce this week a plan to control the sales of fluid milk. The milk controls are expected to apply in areas that are considered in short supply of milk. Last week, the WFA announced the supply of milk-based products, such as cheese and butter, is being threatened by a reduced supply of fluid milk due to increased consumption. Under the WFA plan, target consumption of fluid milk will be set at the current level. Priority for the supply of fluid milk will be given to home use over use by commercial eateries. The plan is waiting for approval from WFA head Marvin Jones.