Prince of Wales unable to supply vegetables up to standards

According to Sainsbury’s Supermarkets, Prince Charles has been unable to supply the supermarket with vegetables of the proper quality. That’s why he’s been dropped as a carrot supplier to Sainsbury’s.

Mr Holden, director of the organic food and farming charity, said that the Prince had fallen ‘victim’ to the supermarket’s ‘industrial processes’. According to him, the food started off well but were damaged due to long-distance transport, processing, and other procedures. Well, if the system is that bad, then how come Sainsbury can deal successfully with other small-scale suppliers?

– Nishant

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2 Responses to “Prince of Wales unable to supply vegetables up to standards”

  1. Masuma Mamdani Says:

    perhaps because they have better access to markets? and ‘different’ processing procedures???

  2. nish81 Says:

    the Prince of Wales should have access to a lot more processing procedures than most small-scale suppliers

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