Elsewhere, Jeremy has been urging people to back farmers by buying British.
He appeared at a Q&A hosted by the National Farmers’ Union earlier this week to launch their new food report.
Speaking candidly at the event, Jeremy opened up about how he has found changing career to farming.
He said: “I honestly thought farming, I would just get in my Range Rover and drive round and look at things. I really did.
“I just thought you put seeds in the ground, weather happens and then some money comes.
“It’s so unusual to get a completely new lease of life at 60.
“You do one thing for 30 years and suddenly find you’re doing something completely different. I’m absolutely loving it.”