Windmill Hill Fruits near Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire.
One of those reaping the rewards is a 24-year-old Tajik vegetable picker called Ali. He says he's earned enough cash to help him buy two properties back home, saying: "I'm a rich man."
Snell said they don't struggle to recruit good staff from abroad and often see workers returning year after year but wages at the farm have doubled since 2014, putting huge pressure on profits.
Jane Richards, co-owner of 7,000-acre Southern England Farms in Hayle, Cornwall, said: "It is really hard work, it is cold and muddy and can be miserable but I have so much admiration for the workers who do the job.
"The Tajiks and Uzbeks we have here are gorgeous people, they are lovely. We work very hard to help them integrate into the local community but they are generally just there to get their heads down and work and earn money."
Suella Braverman claimed there was 'no good reason' the UK could not train its own fruit and veg pickers.
Richards said she had little hope local workers would ever make up a significant part of the workforce.
Former home secretary Suella Braverman claimed there was 'no good reason' the UK could not train its own fruit and veg pickers.
Richards added: "We had five English people picking a few years ago but it was just embarrassing. We sometimes get accused of employing immigrants because they are cheaper but the opposite is true when you consider the bureaucracy involved.
"I don't care where somebody is from as long as they are here legally and want to work. It's a pity in Cornwall because there must be people wanting to do it, we just can't find them."