Study: UK food prices set to remain high as global climate impacts worsen

Cecilia Keating
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Study: UK food prices set to remain high as global climate impacts worsen

Climate impacts have added £361 to annual food shops since beginning of 2022, research shows

The average British household has paid roughly £605 more for food since 2022 due to climate change impacts and historically high energy and fertiliser prices, according to a new analysis. Data published...

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