October 18, 2021

Earnbrough production is at risk due to lack of carbon dioxide.

Scotland’s favorite fizz product. Drink it Owners have revealed that carbon dioxide deficiency across Europe could be affected.

AR Bar – which produces Ernbro – warns that if the situation continues, soft drink production will soon slow down.

As it stands, the firm is producing national drinks on a “routine schedule” but fears that its chain could soon be affected by “unprecedented circumstances”.

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A spokesman said. Scotsman“We are currently working on a general schedule, but we may be affected if the situation worsens across Europe, but we are taking steps to protect customer supply as much as possible.”

“We have worked hard for many years to create flexibility in our Co2 supply chain, but these are very unique situations.”

This comes at a time when the UK is facing rising gas prices, with many energy suppliers going out of business and some factories shutting down.

According to Oil & Gas UK, wholesale gas prices have risen by 250% since the beginning of the year and by 70% since last month.

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