Wheat crop in UK© David Bagnall/Rex/Shutterstock
Weetabix has pledged to source all its wheat from British farmers for its products to mark the launch of the government’s new Great British Food Unit. The Northamptonshire-based cereal company has been sourcing some of its wheat from overseas in recent years, blaming poor harvests. For example, the failure of specialist crops for white bread in 2012 forced Weetabix to look elsewhere to source a small percentage of its wheat. To mark the launch of the Defra food unit, Weetabix […]
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