Who headed the Food Administration during the Great War?


During the Great War, which is also known as World War I, the Food Administration was headed by Herbert Hoover. During the Great War, the Food Administration was responsible for the food reserves of the Allied forces. The Food Administration also performed a variety of other tasks, including stabilizing the price of wheat, which was crucial in providing adequate food reserves for the troops. This organization was formed on August 10, 1917 by Presidential order.
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