The supermarket price war has driven food prices down for the first time in a decade. Belinda Liversedge looks at how food manufacturers are coping with the resulting pressure and the potential impact on workers’ health and safety.

The good news is that food is cheaper for people; a family could buy Christmas dinner for five pounds less in 2015 than in 2014, and we are all happy about that. On the other hand, where in the chain have those cuts been made?

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