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The Food Ethics Council has heard from dairy farmers that were subject to bullying practices and given a matter of minutes to sign a new contract, writes Abi Williams.
Urban farms are bypassing supermarkets to create their own local food systems and connect communities. Robbie Armstrong reports.
British strawberry growers are struggling to cover costs despite shelf prices rising by 11 per cent in the last year, prompting 12 million fewer plantings for next year.
Blueberry growers say low prices from supermarkets and cheaper fruit from Peru flooding the market means growing them in the UK is unsustainable.
Arguably, Riverford could have found ways to remain a little cheaper; we could have slowed our investment in electric vehicles, abandoned a Real Living Wage, ditched home compostable packaging, or squeezed suppliers harder.
Issue 12: Fairness and five years.
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