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Wet summer set to hit food prices

Food prices look set to rise after poor harvests for British farmers following record-breaking wet weather over the summer.

The National Farmers' Union says some farmers have suffered their worst harvest in decades, with wheat yields down by 15% in some parts of the UK.

John Maguire reports from a farm in Glastonbury.

  • 10 Oct 2012
  • From the section UK
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