Food giant convicted again without "tripartite" samples

CPC, a multinational food company which owns famous brands such as Marmite and Napolina, has been ordered to pay over £18,000 after polluting a stream and killing an unquantified number of fish. It was CPC's second conviction for a pollution offence - and in both cases the National Rivers Authority (NRA) succeeded without recourse to the normal tripartite sampling procedure.

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