Government earmarks £12.5m for sustainable protein projects

Cecilia Keating
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Cows' are a major source of methane emissions | Credit: iStock
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Cows' are a major source of methane emissions | Credit: iStock

Environment Secretary set to announce new funding for innovative farming projects at Devon County Show, as McCain announces investment in agri-tech firm

Environment Secretary George Eustice is set to announce that £12.5m from the government's new farming innovation research and development programme will be earmarked for "sustainable farm-based protein"...

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