Report seeks fairness for farmers in food supply chain

Farmers Weekly
Wednesday, January 4, 2023
Farmers perceive themselves in a weak negotiating position in the food supply chain, especially compared with processors, traders, wholesalers, and the large retailers. As primary producers, most are price takers, not price makers. On most occasions, they must accept the prevailing market price for their food products. For many, there are limited opportunities for alternative markets. A new report launched at the Oxford Farming Conference (OFC) argues that a fairer position for farmers in the food supply chain is essential for the UK to build long-term resilience into its domestic agricultural sector.
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