The British government is trying to find a way to alleviate the shortage of meat products, poultry and packaged food.
Shutdown due to high gas prices
Trade Minister Kwazi Quarteng said he was in talks with CF Industries, the country’s main supplier of food carbon dioxide. It is used in the preservation of fruits and vegetables or in the preparation of fizzy drinks before killing animals. The company closed its UK factories last week due to high natural gas prices.
.We hope we can solve something today and start production in the coming days … it may require a certain price. We still fine tune the details. We are still looking for a project, “Quarteng told the BBC.
Energy demand has increased
As the global economy recovers from an epidemic, one of the effects of the sharp rise in gas prices, which will increase energy demand, is the pressure on the British food industry. Total gas prices in the United Kingdom have tripled this year.
CF Industries acquires carbon dioxide as a by-product of fertilizer production. On September 15, the company announced it would cease production at its two British plants, failing to predict when it would resume.
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