Wheat growing in front of grain stores© Tim Scrivener
Two UK grain businesses are being sold to international trading companies. The grain trading division of Criddle & Company is being bought by Suffolk-based Nidera UK, in turn owned by global commodity group Nidera. Criddle, with bases in Liverpool and Wem, Shropshire, was established 150 years ago and is part of food and agriculture group Edward Billington & Son. See also: Chinese company buys 51% of grain shipper Nidera The agreement would offer opportunities for arable producers in the north […]
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