Fruit and veg growers report 15% costs increase due to Covid-19

  Press and Journal 

Image source : pressandjournal.co.uk
British fruit and vegetable growers are feeling the pinch as the Covid-19 crisis has increased labour costs by up to 15%, according to a new report.

The Room Where It Happened : A White House Memoir Hardcover – 23 Jun. 2020 by John Bolton (Author). As President Trump’s National Security Advisor, John Bolton spent many of his 453 days in the room where it happened, and the facts speak for themselves. The result is a White House memoir that is the most comprehensive and substantial account of the Trump Administration, and one of the few to date by a top-level official...
Buy now : £19.99 , FREE Delivery .

(As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.)

 ▼ Related news : 
Growers pondering new crops to extend season
The Courier  
Champagne Growers Help Cultivate The Grape Varieties Of The Future
Forbes.com  
Fruit Pastilles recipe is changing - so more people can eat them
Manchester Evening News  
Alan Brazil vows to boycott Fruit Pastilles after recipe goes vegan
Evening Standard  
Rowntree Fruit Pastilles recipe changed after 139 years - because of vegans
Daily Star  
Rowntree's Fruit Pastilles go vegan and 'slightly softer' with new recipe change
Evening Standard  
Anti-inflammatory drugs can shorten recovery period of COVID-19 patients
International Business Times  
Biggest jump in UK redundancies since 2009 as Covid-19 hits jobs market - business live
The Guardian  
Recent News !
  Professor Chris Whitty is to warn that the UK stands a "critical point"
  Everything you need to know about saving for a pension and why it is so important.
  A 13-year-old Fraserburgh fundraiser has amassed more than £2,300 after walking one million steps in just six weeks.
  England’s chief medical will say say the figures are going in ‘the wrong direction’
  Fishermen angling to see access to what they believe are publicly-owned breakwaters in Peterhead reinstated have attracted more than 770...
  Left so frail by Motor Neuron Disease that he can no longer leave his home, Grigor Bannerman spends a lot of time reflecting on the...
  Large gatherings are banned, travel is restricted and there is a 120pm curfew
  Ramy Youssef made history by making the first Muslim-American show to have an Emmy nomination but he came up against the Schitt's Creek winning ...
  John Kennedy (56) was ‘the epicentre of the club’s role and work in the community’
  A 32-foot sailing vessel is currently being escorted by an RNLI lifeboat after running aground on rocks near Clachan.
  Succession won the biggest prize of the night, outstanding drama series.
  The new regulations will come into force in England on September 28, although ministers are discussing with the devolved administrations for Scotland, Wales ...
  It is just a small part of the overall £35.4 billion that has been claimed as part of the coronavirus job retention scheme
  Actress/model Jameela Jamil opted for a comfy look as she attended the virtual ceremony from home - wearing white PJs and a glitzy dressing down
  "The trend in the UK is heading in the wrong direction and we are at a critical point in the pandemic."
  Lydia Reid, 71, from Clermiston, Edinburgh, was accused of being crazy for decades but has proved her late baby son was never buried and believes the...
  Speed limit restrictions in a Moray town are poised to be reviewed as part of a new housing development.
  When Louise Evans gave birth to her first child she was surrounded by midwives in hospital after a labour lasting...
  The rate of infection has soared in London week on week
  A woman was left minutes from death after suffering a severe allergic reaction when she was stung by a jellyfish while swimming at a north beach.
  Dr Zoe Williams has opened up about her childhood and her mother's addiction to alcohol which led to numerous suicide attempts as she struggled with ...
  Fines will initially start at £1,000 rising to £10,000 for repeat offenders, the Government has said
  Food bank demand soared by more than 50 per cent during the coronavirus pandemic – and staff are braced for another rise this winter.
About newsoneplace.com - Privacy & Terms -
Copyright © 2015 www.newsoneplace.com - Hosted on Linode