Agreement with the ministers on the continuation of production.

Ministers have agreed with the CO2 industry, but there are concerns that higher costs could be passed on to consumers.
CO2 emissions will pay for CF fertilizers with higher gas prices to keep production viable during an energy crisis.
CO2 is used in the production of food and drinks, and there are concerns that higher CO2 prices will increase store prices.
It came as CEO Kraft Heinz said the firm would “increase prices” if necessary, blaming a shortage of truck drivers and labor shortages.
One in six UK adults have been unable to buy basic food in the past two weeks.
Ministers want to allay fears as a number of companies warn there could be shortages this Christmas.

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