A shortage of carbon dioxide (CO2) gas means Christmas dinners could be cancelledThe wave of infections, the owner of the UK’s biggest poultry supplier has saidThe States, but it also saw an uptick in cases beginning i.
A steep rise in gas prices has caused two large fertiliser plants in Teesside and Cheshire which produce CO2 as a by-product to shut, hitting supply to the food industry.
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CO2 is used in the humane slaughter of livestock and to extend the shelf-life of products. It is also vital to cooling systems for refrigeration purposes, industry leaders have said.