Agriculture Minister Michelle O'Neill has welcomed the appointment of a Groceries Code adjudicator to enforce the Code of Practice in the UK. She said: "I hope that this appointment will have a positive impact for farmers and others in the supply chain and I plan to meet with the adjudicator to relay the local industry's concerns."
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