Potato sorting machine on production line in food processing plant© Juice/REX/Shutterstock
Food and drink firms in England and Wales have raised their growth forecasts since the EU referendum in June, and many have started to invest. According to a new survey of 100 companies by Lloyds Commercial Banking, pre-referendum pessimism has turned to optimism, with firms eager to shrug off any uncertainty and move ahead with their plans to enter new UK markets and develop products. The industry forecasts 19% growth in the next five years, up 3% from 2015, and […]
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