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One problem that many people have is determining how much food to store. One source that I have used is information on the rationing in England during World War 2. I have included a table showing the food rationing in England during World War II.
The average food rationing for one person were as follows. The quantities are per week unless otherwise stated.
|Item||Maximum level||Minimum level||Rations (April 1945)|
|Bacon and Ham||8 oz (227 g)||4 oz (113 g)||4 oz (113 g)|
|Sugar||16 oz (454 g)||8 oz (227 g)||8 oz (227 g)|
|Loose Tea||4 oz (113 g)||2 oz (57 g)||2 oz (57 g)|
|Cheese||8 oz (227 g)||1 oz (28 g)||2 oz (57 g)Vegetarians were allowed an extra 3 oz (85 g) cheese|
|Preserves||1 lb (0.45|