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Food industry warns of higher prices without EU workers
The UK faces higher food prices without continued access to EU workers, 30 food and drink associations have warned. In a letter published in the Guardian, they argue that EU workers play an important role in the supply chain and some are already ...
Food prices in the UK will increase if European Union workers leave the ...  
UK food prices will rise without EU workers, say trade groups  
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