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United States Food Administration

The U.S. Food Administration was the agency responsible for the administration of the U.S. Army overseas and Allies' food reserves during the United States' participation in World War I. One of its important tasks was the stabilization of the price of wheat on the U.S. market. It was established by Executive Order 2679-A of August 10, 1917, pursuant to the Food and Fuel Control Act, and was abolished by another executive order, Executive Order 3320, on August 21,... Read More

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