Chicken-processing firm roasted over water use
Moy Park has been fined £12,000 for twice exceeding the limit of its water abstraction licence at its Anwick factory in Lincolnshire, after the Environment Agency refused to increase the abstraction allowanceThe poultry-processing firm, whose brands include Jamie Oliver’s ready-to-cook chicken products and Castle Lea, pleaded guilty to removing 119,000m3 more water than it was allowed to do under its lice
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