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Urban farms are bypassing supermarkets to create their own local food systems and connect communities. Robbie Armstrong reports.
Farmer florists Camila Romain and Marianne Mogendorff on how flower growing can be both a practical replacement of imports and a radical act of belief in a positive future.
What is the dirty secret behind London’s fried chicken? Jack Thompson investigates the supply chain behind one of the most popular late‐night guilty pleasures.
Fed up of council red tape and strategies going nowhere, radical gardener Sara Venn’s Incredible Edible network in Bristol turns unloved corners of the city into food-producing green spaces for local communities.
When costs go up, sustainable shopping can be the first to go. Will the cost-of-living mean people move away from ethical food choices? Jack Thompson hits the streets of London to find out.
Issue 12: Fairness and five years.
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