They'll pay more for pork

Watts, Andrew
March 2008
Farmers Weekly;3/7/2008, p47
Trade Publication
The article announces that senior news reporter, Andrew Watts reported that the future of English breakfast and other cuisine like roast pork, ham and black pudding is in jeopardy with the price increase of pork in the market. Despite of this report, research shows consumers are prepared to spend more for the product.


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