It's toast for foreign crop as UK's first baked bean variety enters next phase

Capulet beans have made their way to the canning process after being developed in university and farmer collaboration

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Professor Eric Holub has worked with farmer Andy Ward to produce the Capulet bean
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Professor Eric Holub has worked with farmer Andy Ward to produce the Capulet bean

British grown baked beans have progressed to the tinning phase, marking a major step for the snack-time favourite. Professor Eric Holub from the University of Warwick Innovation Campus in Stratford-On-Avon's...

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