Marmite: why should a British product, made in the UK and sold to British people, go up because of the pound?

Marmite: why should a British product, made in the UK and sold to British people, go up because of the pound?
 

0 Have your say While you might envision the falling pound affecting continental luxuries like Cornettos and Cif limescale remover, when it comes to Marmite – you’d think it would be Brexit-proof.
The entire world’s supply of the divisive spread is made in a single factory in Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, and has been for 113 years.
By Britons, for Britons
The factory in Burton produces 6,000 tons of Marmite, or 50 million jars, per year. The vast majority – 85 per cent – is sold in the UK. The upshot of this is that Marmite exports don’t contribute highly to its profitability or... read more

 
13 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 29
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