Why does the UK need to invest in food production to stay competitive

The UK must invest in agriculture and food production for the long-term to remain competitive, the UK Government has said.

The Government’s plan, released in its 2017-18 economic and fiscal framework, includes plans to double the UK’s food production capacity by 2025.

The government is also committing to invest more than £100 billion in agriculture in a bid to tackle the growing food poverty crisis in the UK.

In a statement, the Government said the UK needs to create more than 1 million jobs by 2050 and increase the number of people working in the food industry to 775,000 by 2025, and create over 5,000 new jobs for food service workers.

“This is a long-lasting investment that will help keep the UK on track to meet our climate goals,” a spokesman said.

In the coming years, the new Government will also commit to invest £500 million over the next four years in a food sector strategy, and to work with other nations to promote the development of new food, farming and farming-related technologies. “

We have also committed to investing in more than 100 new businesses in food service, including the creation of new jobs in our supply chain.”

In the coming years, the new Government will also commit to invest £500 million over the next four years in a food sector strategy, and to work with other nations to promote the development of new food, farming and farming-related technologies.

The food sector has become a hot-button issue in recent years, with the Brexit vote triggering a campaign by the UK-based trade union Unite Against the Famine.

In September, the union issued a public warning that a return to “food apartheid” could be disastrous for the food sector.

The Unite campaign claimed that farmers have been left “out in the cold” because food companies had not done enough to improve conditions for workers.