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Britain hires ex-Nestle executive to run food security 'war room': Sky

Reuters Saturday, 21 March 2020
The British government is hiring former Nestle executive Chris Tyas to oversee a "war room" set up to ensure the country's food security as the coronavirus crisis deepens, Sky News reported on Saturday.
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