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Food industry's 'Chicken King' warns of looming Xmas turkey crisis as 'pingdemic' and Brexit hit staffing

Sky News Monday, 26 July 2021
Food industry's 'Chicken King' warns of looming Xmas turkey crisis as 'pingdemic' and Brexit hit staffingThe food industry tycoon known as the "Chicken King" has told Sky News the so-called "pingdemic" staffing crisis is just a small part of unprecedented pressures on supplies, with food shortages already being felt.
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Cheesed off: Brexit blues wipe out UK cheesemaker's European business [Video]

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