Iconic British foods could be severely curtailed in the face of loss of plant protection products, Andersons study warns

Domestic production of some 'iconic' British foods such as frozen peas, apples and fresh carrots could be severely curtailed as the result of the loss or restricted use of plant protection products (PPP), a study by Andersons for the Agricultural Industries Confederation, the Crop Protection Association and the National Farmers Union has concluded.

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