By Andrew Gwynne The BBC has been told by a former employee of a supermarket chain that the quality of the products they sell is so poor they are desperate to make their own.
In the past year, food retailers across the UK have been struggling to meet demand for their food products after the government slashed their budgets, and supermarkets have been accused of being out of touch with consumers.
In May, Tesco said it would start a new phase of selling a limited range of produce in its stores, and the company is now trying to increase the supply of produce it sells.
It said it had already taken steps to increase supply of its fruit and vegetables and to increase its sales of its non-food items such as ice cream and jams.
But the BBC has learned that the problem is not limited to the supermarket chain.
It has also heard that some manufacturers of processed food products are also struggling to deliver their products.
The BBC understands that some of the processed food industry’s major brands, including Tesco and Marks & Spencer, are facing similar shortages.
“Our commitment to the quality and sustainability of our supply chains is clear, and we are committed to meeting our customers’ needs and expectations.” “
The spokesperson added: “As part of our commitment to customers, Marks & Sises has increased our supply of fruits and vegetables in our UK and overseas markets. “
Our commitment to the quality and sustainability of our supply chains is clear, and we are committed to meeting our customers’ needs and expectations.”
The spokesperson added: “As part of our commitment to customers, Marks & Sises has increased our supply of fruits and vegetables in our UK and overseas markets.
We will continue to look at ways of delivering more supply to customers and increasing our share of the market.”
But the spokesperson also confirmed that the firm would continue to work with the government on measures to boost food prices.
The food industry says that prices for food are set by governments and that consumers have the right to buy and sell as they see fit.
A spokesman for Marks&Sons told the BBC that the company was working with the Government on a range of measures to help boost prices.
But he added that the problems in the food industry are not limited just to Marks & Simmons.
Tesco told the ABC that it was working closely with the food regulator, the Food Standards Agency (FSA), and that it would be releasing details of the new scheme in the next few weeks.
The FSA said that it had been working closely for the last year with Tesco, with a view to increasing its supply of food to customers.
The company said that if there were any changes to the scheme in future, it would work with suppliers to provide additional help.
“We have already increased our purchases of non-fruit and vegetable products from this season, and are looking to continue doing so,” the company said in a statement.
But, the spokesperson added, it was still working with suppliers on how the scheme could be extended.
The ABC’s Nick Moir has also reported on the growing problems faced by food producers.
The ABC’s Food Network’s Food Watch programme looks at how the world’s food is produced and is produced, from seed to sale, in the hopes of bringing greater transparency to the process.