Save our sugar: Norfolk family firms tackle big bosses

Norwich Evening News
Thursday, March 25, 2021
Angry owners of some of Norfolk's oldest family businesses met with British Sugar and demanded: 'Stop squeezing us on price.' These heads of family farms said the future of an age-old industry based in the county was at risk over a 'looming crisis of confidence' in the crop. Growers of sugar beet - currently sold at around £21 per tonne - say it's unsustainable and are demanding at least £10 per tonne more.
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