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Bolton-based bread baker Warburtons has extended its wheat growing contracts with more than 300 British farmers for a further five years. This reflects the growing commitment by millers to use home-grown wheat, as highlighted in new Defra statistics. The contracts, through the baker’s grain supply partner Openfield, will give its growers some certainty up to harvest 2021. See also: Warburtons contract delivers boost for wheat grower “Over the past 17 years Warburtons has sourced more than 2m tonnes of wheat from […]
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