Sheffield, England -- (ReleaseWire) -- 04/11/2017 -- The Guardian, the world's leading liberal voice has released an article about the rise in price for imported fruit and vegetables. Fruit and vegetables which have been imported will rise by 8% after Brexit. A City analyst has calculated that whatever trade deal the EU and the UK make, fruit, vegetables, olive oil and flowers will be more expensive. This will make it harder for the UK to get food which we cannot produce ourselves, making it harder for the UK – especially when the latest figures show that last year 71% of the food imported came from EU nations, where the total food and agriculture products imported was worth a massive £47.5 billion.
A spokesperson from one of the most leading hydroponics suppliers in the UK was incredibly keen to comment saying: "Everyone here at Green Spirit Hydroponics was shocked when the article said that 71% of our food and agriculture products came from EU nations, this is worrying considering the recent increase of imported food after Brexit. We strongly advise people to turn to growing hydroponically, this is great for people who want any type of fruit or vegetables all year-round, not to mention that it grows remarkably quicker than soil grown plants and it tastes a lot better. For further information on everything hydroponics please feel free to contact us, we would be more than happy to help."
About Green Spirit Hydroponics
Green Spirit Hydroponics are leaders within the hydroponics industry – offering a full range of hydroponic equipment including grow tents and nutrients. Green Spirit Hydroponics provide high quality products at affordable prices, not to mention that they constantly strive to give their customers deals and offers.
For further information visit their site, www.greenspirit-hydroponics.com.
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