- CO2 costs will rise sharply, minister says
- UK pays fertiliser maker CF to reopen vegetation
- Poultry vegetation would have closed, Britain says
- Iceland says 3-week deal is not going to save Christmas
- Poultry trade says turkey manufacturing will nonetheless fall
LONDON, Sept 22 (Reuters) – Britain warned its meals producers on Wednesday to organize for a 400% rise in carbon dioxide costs after extending emergency state assist to avert a scarcity of poultry and meat triggered by hovering prices of wholesale pure fuel.
Pure fuel costs have spiked this yr as economies reopened from COVID-19 lockdowns and excessive demand for