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What can you buy for £5.55? A new lipstick? Unlimited salad bar at Pizza Hut? How about a year’s worth of increased essential nutrients and higher welfare standards through a simple switch at the supermarket? That’s the average annual cost of switching from caged eggs to free-range according to new research.
What goes into people’s trolleys is changing, with more people opting for locally produced food, according to the latest research by the Institute of Grocery Distribution (IGD) and one Yorkshire-based business is helping retailers to provide customers a greater range of produce from their local area.
Award winning catering company Shaw and Lisle is working with the Locally Sourced Food Company to bring the true taste of Yorkshire to Tesco’s, with a new range of delicious sandwiches.
Yorkshire-based free-range egg company, James Potter, is on a mission to help keep the Yorkshire Air Ambulance (YAA) in the air, while keeping free-range eggs firmly on the nation’s tables.