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Who feeds the vulnerable?

In a new short film looking at Covid-19 and food, Wicked Leeks meets Devon-based organisation Food in Community to hear how food banks are continuing to deliver fresh produce to those in need despite public donations dwindling, and why there is more need than ever.

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Sales of organic boomed during 2020 as the pandemic boosted interest in food quality but growth will be met by imports as UK farmers hold back.

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The twin crises of climate change and biodiversity losses will be the defining stories of our future, but it is not too late to change direction. 

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