A celebrated academic and agricultural pioneer with a deep-rooted belief in the need to embrace sustainable methods has died at the age of 81 in Suffolk, the county he adopted.
A large-scale Suffolk grower warned he can ‘realistically see’ food shortages ahead under Brexit Britain as UK government officials fail to recognise the finely balanced nature of UK production.
A ‘no-deal’ Brexit will cause a huge headache for UK organic growers as their crop values plummet, an organic farmers’ leader based at Bury St Edmunds has warned.
A celebrated Suffolk brewer has branched out into cider making.
An animal feed firm which has its UK headquarters in Suffolk expects UK pig farmers to expand their herds ‘in due course’ once the uncertainties about Brexit disappear.
An “incredibly rare” Essex-made tractor built in the 1960s and bought by a notable farmer-inventor is up for auction.
An independent high street food store has been crowned a UK retail star for its “really strong brand and great vision”.
The export opportunities for one of Suffolk’s most prized brands is “huge”, its boss believes.
East Anglian pig farmers are facing a tough time, with some choosing to exit the industry as incomes plummet.
Beer aficionados have crowned a mild ale made by a farm-based Suffolk microbrewer as their overall East Anglian champion.
Paperchase branches in Ipswich, Bury St Edmunds, Colchester and Norwich could be under threat as the company reveals it is closing a “small number of stores”.
Suffolk councils say they remain ‘deeply concerned’ about the impact of proposed wind farm schemes off its coast, and the ‘lack of co-ordination’ with other planned energy projects.
A Suffolk farming family has scooped a top national accolade at a rural awards event.
A Suffolk tour guide said he was “honoured and humbled” after being shortlisted for a top national tourism award.
More trains are running on time in East Anglia, according to latest figures.
A food giant says it expects to take a hit on its sugar revenues as a result of lower prices.
The East of England’s community-minded small firms should be recognised by government for their contribution with a promised tax break, a business lobby group says.
Worried East Anglian farmers say they have been left in limbo after the industry sought to nail the government down at a key annual conference on what kind of future the sector faces as Brexit looms.
Getting your foot on the housing ladder in the East of England could cost an eye-watering £1.9m by the middle of this century, making it the most expensive region in the country to find your first home outside London, figures suggest.
Bakery chain Greggs is on a vegan roll after a surge in customers through its doors.
There has been a marked loss in oilseed rape crop (OSR) planted areas in the UK, including in East Anglia, a survey suggests.
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