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Experts warn Indian restaurants could close at rate of ONE-A-DAY as businesses battle soaring prices


Britain’s Indian restaurants are facing a tough winter as the price of ingredients goes through the roof – forcing them to increase prices on their own menus.

Many curry houses are now closing as fewer customers and rising wholesale costs make business ever harder.

One in four curry restaurants has closed since 2007 and those remaining are battling to survive the cost-of-living crisis, The Mirror reports.

The UK’s 9,000 Indian restaurants inject £3.6billion to the economy, but Jeffrey Ali, whose family set up the British Curry Awards, said the industry ‘desperately needs support’ – with high labour and ingredient costs.

Mr Ali told the newspaper that 3,000 restaurants have shut down since 2007.

He said: ‘At the current rate of inflation, we could soon see at least one restaurant a day close down.’

Britain's Indian restaurants are facing a tough winter as the price of ingredients goes through the roof - forcing them to increase prices on their own menus

Britain’s Indian restaurants are facing a tough winter as the price of ingredients goes through the roof – forcing them to increase prices on their own menus

Many curry houses are now closing as fewer customers and rising wholesale costs make business ever harder

Many curry houses…



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