British farmers attempt to freeze out NZ lamb
NEW ZEALAND meat producers are complaining that British supermarkets are pushing their chilled lamb out of the domestic market after lobbying from British farmers, reports The Guardian.
The paper sees the move as symptomatic of wider moves to block cheap imports throughout world markets.
- NZ concerned at Asda lamb ban, FWi, yesterday (20 October, 1998)
- Farmers welcome Asda ban on New Zealand lamb, FWi, 16 October, 1998
- Asda cancels £2.5m order for New Zealand lamb, FWi, 15 October, 1998
- The Guardian 21/10/98 page 25