A government inquiry into the illegal activities of gangmasters in the fresh produce industry is set to get under way.
The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee announced that the inquiry, originally intended for a sub-committee, was set to be undertaken by the full committee.
The first oral evidence session has now been scheduled to take place on May 7 with the Fresh Produce Consortium, the NFU and agricultural consultants Farmforce all giving evidence.

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