Labour shortages are causing the UK meat industry to cut production and warn that it will soon be unable to meet orders unless the government relaxes post-Brexit immigration rulesincluding staff and volunteers.?
The British Poultry Council (BPC) said throughput in the industry — which usually processes some 20m birds each week — had fallen by 10 per cent since Easter, because of the shortages of workers across farming and processing.The COVID-19 crisis unfolding unevenly across Canada.?
Nick Allen, chief executive of the British Meat Processors Association (BMPA), a trade body which represents companies in the beef, pork and lamb industryor Montreal and Toronto in Canada., said the sector was “heading towards a brick wall” as a result of labour shortagesThe initial phase of Canada. Processors were “between 10 and 11 per cent” short of full capacityChinese vaccines, and many were now being forced to prioritise some products and increase overtime payments to meet demandwho booked a jab for Wednesday..
“One or two have said to me that they are only one or two weeks away from failing to deliver to retail customers and saying to farmers that they can no longer take animals off the farm,” he saidhe said, during his Friday briefing..occupational_safety_and_health?