UK: Prince Charles' organic food firm makes record profit
Prince Charles has announced record profits for his organic food business and a 50% increase in sales in the last year. Duchy Originals, which was launched in 1990, now sells £14m (US$22.4m) a year in natural agricultural products. Profits in the past year were £634,620, up 10% from the previous year, despite scepticism from many observers that the company would be successful.
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