Ribena-owner funds the hunt for climate-resilient blackcurrants

The half a million pound investment will support a five-year project aimed at developing new breeds of blackcurrants that can withstand the UKs changing climate and underlines LRSs commitment to our wider Growing for Good vision and biodiversity commitments.

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