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Sir, Dr Clive Black is right to highlight the changing behaviour of consumers and retailers in light of the current economic conditions ('Second Opinion', 29 October).
Your article on AB Sustain's call for a single welfare label for meat products ('Shoppers demand a single welfare label', 22 October, p35) might lead uninformed readers to assume one does not already exist, when in fact it does, in the form of the Red Tractor logo.
lSir, I am writing in support of Terry Jones' article about the importance of businesses offering apprenticeships to young people ('Apprentices are the future of our industry', 15 October, p22). It's a really tough time to be a young...
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