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Carbon dioxide crunch exposes fragility of food supply chain
Expensive fertiliser and reduced yields are linked factors that could drive up agricultural commodity prices
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The Restaurant Group looks to upgrade earnings forecast despite drop in diners since 2019
Main challenge is not cost cutting but generating more revenue growth
Luke Johnson retains 15% stake in deal he says values UK business at £200m
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Fashion-chain owner Associated British Foods says profits to beat expectations as lower costs offset earlier sales decline
Central banks face difficult monetary policy trade-off between taming increases and risking recovery
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Supermarket chain says food-making operations would help mitigate commodity price increases and driver shortage
Energy companies tap into vegetable oil and fat supplies in pursuit of renewables targets
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The first UK private equity firm to list in decades has kept lucrative carried interest payments under wraps
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