The British Potato Council said it would be "difficult to eradicate" and could cost the industry up to PS41million.
What does BPC stand for?
BPC stands for British Potato Council
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Samples in periodicals archive:
In its previous form as the British Potato Council the organisation topped a chart of "most useless quangos" drawn up in 2005 and one national newspaper this week labelled the enterprise a "waste of time".
CAPTION(S): TUCK IN: Terry Miller launches the British Potato Council campaign in Newcastle with Aimee Johnson, 11, from Blyth; PICTURE: ANDY COMMINS www.
The British Potato Council warned yesterday chip prices could rise in the New Year after UK production fell five per cent to 5.
It will mean an end to the Meat and Livestock Commission, the British Potato Council, the Horticultural Development Council, the Home Grown Cereals Authority, and the Milk Development Council.
The UK-wide tour has been organised by potato farmers from the British Potato Council and included a demonstration of tasty recipes for quick and nutritionally balanced potato dishes.
The British Potato Council is trying to get the expression stripped from the Oxford English Dictionary and replaced in everyday speech with the term "couch slouch.