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1 in 3 greenhouse growers can no longer afford to pay the bill: less fruit and vegetables available | The Entrepreneur- Oct. 10, 2022 |

Almost a third of greenhouse horticultural entrepreneurs in the Netherlands can no longer pay their bills or will soon run into liquidity problems. Partly because of this, fewer Dutch vegetables, fruit, flowers and plants will be available on the market in the near future. This is the conclusion of the entrepreneurial organizations Plantum and Greenhouses the Netherlands after a survey among their members.

British supermarkets ration vegetable sales amid shortages

Tesco, Aldi, Asda and Morrisons have all introduced buying limits on certain produce. Grocers have cited weather conditions in Spain and Morocco as the reason for supply issues.

A number of heavy industries already had shut down due to extreme rise in price Dutch natural gas produced from Groninger gas fields in the North.

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by Oui (Oui) on Mon Feb 27th, 2023 at 07:11:25 PM EST
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