Agriculture leaders want government to introduce long-term contracts between farmers and supermarkets after emergency summit on falling milk prices

Farming is in a “state of emergency” and a “seismic change” is needed to the way food is sold in Britain, agriculture leaders have warned after a crisis summit on falling milk prices.

Leading farming unions called on the government to introduce long-term contracts between farmers, distributors and supermarkets and to force retailers to clearly label whether their products are British or imported.

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Source: The Guardian Circular Economy RSS