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A large-scale Suffolk grower warned he can ‘realistically see’ food shortages ahead under Brexit Britain as UK government officials fail to recognise the finely balanced nature of UK production.

Ipswich-based commercial property developer The Churchmanor Estates Company plc is sponsoring the Large Business category at this year’s Suffolk Business Awards.

Former pupils of a Suffolk primary school are delighted after they got to build a £2.2m classroom facility for it.

A Suffolk software entrepreneur is being sued for more than £3.3bn by US computer giant Hewlett-Packard (HP).

Firms are being urged to get their entries in as the deadline approaches for this year’s Suffolk Business Awards.

A ‘no-deal’ Brexit will cause a huge headache for UK organic growers as their crop values plummet, an organic farmers’ leader based at Bury St Edmunds has warned.

Farmers must try to avoid a ‘just get on with it’ attitude that could risk them coming off worse in the Brexit stakes, a farmers’ leader has warned.

A cruise firm is embarking on an inaugural tour of the islands of Japan.

Diversification will be key for farmers as subsidies are cut and land values fall, a leading Suffolk lawyer says.

Two endearing piggy pin-ups used to promote this year’s Suffolk Show have been named Truffle and Squeak following a public naming contest.

A renewable energy provider for businesses is practising what it preaches after adopting a range of carbon-saving measures at its Ipswich headquarters.

A fast-growing financial firm has moved to new premises in Woodbridge.

The chancellor’s spring statement will no doubt be overshadowed by the Brexit debate, but could be a good indicator of the UK’s economic health, a Suffolk finance expert suggests.

A husband and wife team have snapped up a popular Suffolk play centre which was devastated by a winter storm and plan to reopen it soon.

Flights from Stansted Airport to Dubai have proved so popular the airline is set to double its capacity with a second daily service.

An independent high street food store has been crowned a UK retail star for its “really strong brand and great vision”.

Suffolk Chamber of Commerce is hoping to beef up its presence in the centre of the county with a new business group.

A precast concrete manufacturer has taken on a weighty task.

Business leaders will be engaging with the armed forces as they visit the home of the Apache Attack Helicopter.

East Anglian pig farmers are facing a tough time, with some choosing to exit the industry as incomes plummet.

A new giant tomato operation based at Ipswich is restricting access to its site in the wake of the worldwide spread of a plant disease.

The Suffolk arm of an East Anglian land college is set to host its first ever lambing day on Sunday, March 10.

A manufacturing firm based on a Suffolk farm has just completed a bumper £900,000 order.

Retailers operating along a popular street dominated by women shop owners are celebrating International Women’s Day.

A Suffolk food entrepreneur is being feted as one of the UK’s top businesswomen.

A food entrepreneur is hoping to take his sauces business to the next level after becoming the first official resident at a new Suffolk ‘start-up lab’.

National Apprenticeship Week is highlighting the benefits of training on the job versus university, but figures suggest many employers aren’t getting on board.

The ‘real skills’ benefit of choosing apprenticeships over higher education – as told by Suffolk and Essex apprentices

An insurer with a strong Ipswich presence has warned of the “disruptive and potentially material” effects on its business if Britain crashes out of the European Union (EU) without a deal.

Beer aficionados have crowned a mild ale made by a farm-based Suffolk microbrewer as their overall East Anglian champion.

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