PIG FOOD: WOMEN'S VOLUNTARY SERVICE COLLECTS SALVAGED KITCHEN WASTE, EAST BARNET, HERTFORDSHIRE, ENGLAND, 1943
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WVS salvage workers Kathleen Kent (left) and Winifred Jordan collect a pig food bin from outside some houses on a sunny street in East Barnet. They are just about to empty the salvaged kitchen scraps into their trailer. Clearly visible on the side of the trailer is the painting of a cartoon pig, preparing to eat, which is the emblem of the pig food campaign.