Government strategy paints rosy future for non-food crops

The development of markets for plant-based products and fuels could boost UK competitiveness, contribute to the diversification of agriculture and help cut carbon emissions and the amount of waste sent to landfill, according to the Government's strategy for non-food crops.1 But despite these bright prospects, the strategy offers few new policy initiatives.

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