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Farmers Chris and Judith Mobbs still grow and mill their own feed for their free-range Christmas turkey flock - and think they might be the last growers left that still do.

East Anglian farmers are faced with a prolonged period of political and economic uncertainty, but that shouldn't stop them from unlocking the full potential of their farms, experts say.

UK agriculture can deliver on providing sustainable foods with the right investment, East Anglian farmers' leaders believe after a new report called for a radical shift in food and farm practices.

A fast-expanding bakery business which has nearly quadrupled its sales since last year has set its sights on expansion into Norfolk.

A marketing and creative agency geared towards the struggling hospitality industry in East Anglia has been launched.

East Anglian farmers have revealed their accident horror stories in a bid to help improve safety and prevent avoidable deaths.

A planned taxman 'cash grab' from collapsed firms has come under fire from East Anglia's insolvency sector.

The chair of one of the most powerful environmental bodies in the UK visited Suffolk to find out how one farming family is reversing worrying trends in wildlife losses - while running a highly commercial growing operation.

A farmer based on the border between Norfolk and Suffolk is encouraging other growers to talk to each other and challenge his farm practices as part of a nationwide bid to help build strong, sustainable arable businesses.

Many farmers are still unaware of rules which came into force in April 2018 around protecting water - with East Anglia's large outdoor pig sector particularly vulnerable, the region's new Environment Agency boss has warned.

A new £74m hi-tech chicken processing factory - set to employ up to 900 staff - is taking shape in north Suffolk in response to growing demand for British meat.

Aldeburgh's nesting swifts have been among the causes to benefit from grants awarded by a Suffolk pubs and brewery group's charity arm.

The Newmarket-based regional director at the Country Land and Business Association (CLA) is set to move to a new role at the landowners' lobby group's head office in London.

A rare opportunity to purchase a small slice of a 'unique' Suffolk coastal estate with 'amazing' views and land running down to the Blyth estuary is expected to generate strong interest from buyers.

London Stock Exchange Group's 1,000 Companies to Inspire Britain report shows East Anglian firms are making a big contribution to the UK economy, driving growth and employment. Sarah Chambers spoke to some of the firms listed

Firms across Suffolk, Norfolk and Essex are highly vulnerable to cyber attack and are failing to take the problem seriously, a new poll suggests.

East Anglian farmers are feeling cautiously optimistic about this year's cereal crops after a turn for the better in the weather.

Wellbeing remains a key concern among pub customers, with changing consumer habits including a greater demand for healthy food and drink driven by millennials, according to a Suffolk-based brewery and pubs giant.

Suffolk farmers are hoping to get the public to sign up to a campaign which they have launched to reverse a worrying decline in pollinating insects.

The owners of a fast-expanding Suffolk bakery group are celebrating soaring sales.

Celebrated cider maker Aspall has kicked off a £10m project to upgrade its historic factory site at Debenham a year and a half after it was bought by drinks giant Molson Coors.

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