Cost-saving projects recoup ?14m

Watts, Andrew
November 2007
Farmers Weekly;11/23/2007, Vol. 147 Issue 21, p36
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The article reports that farmers and growers who took part in a series of pilot projects run by the Food Chain Centre in Great Britain had great savings, according to the organisation's chairman Joanne Denney-Finch. He states that this has been the biggest ever evaluation of business improvement techniques for food and farming, which has involved almost 2000 farm businesses and over 120 other food companies. He adds that the results show the tremendous capacity of the industry to profit from working more effectively together.


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