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Most of UK's fruit and veg is from other EU nations 'so Brexit impact may be dramatic'

01.11.2017
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RSA launches food and farming inquiry as it highlights small quantity of these crops grown in UK and picked by non-EU staffThe UK faces serious health implications if the government fails to agree a Brexit deal, finds a report that says of 35 portions of fruit and vegetables, a figure relating to the five-a-day recommendation for individuals, just one "portion" is grown in the UK and picked by British or non-EU workers.The report, to mark the launch of a new RSA commission examining the impact of Brexit on food and farming, found that the five-a-day health target - which adds up to the 35 portions of fruit and vegetables a week - was overwhelmingly met by food grown in the EU or harvested by EU workers in the UK. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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