Should we be saying ‘food apartheid’ instead of ‘food desert’?

Should we be saying ‘food apartheid’ instead of ‘food desert’?

Many in the Slow Food community are likely familiar with the term food desert, used to describe an area that has limited access to fresh, healthy and affordable food. This is an issue in the UK, where more than one million people and one in ten low-income communities are part of a food desert.[1] […]

Russia, Agriculture & Energy

Russia, Agriculture & Energy

How industrial agriculture helps Putin’s war

‘The U.S. Subsidy That Empowers Putin’ – this headline of an article by George W. Bush’s former speech writer David Frum in The Atlantic[1] certainly caught my attention. “For decades, the U.S. government has, at great expense, encouraged farmers to grow more corn so that it can be turned […]

Traditionally Grown Hampshire Watercress

Traditionally Grown Hampshire Watercress

What are my special features?
Traditionally Grown Hampshire Watercress (Nasturtium officianale) is green and noted for its distinctive peppery, mustard-like flavour. It is recognised as a food with high nutritional value, and is packed full of nutrients and vitamins some of which include vitamin C, folic acid, iron, vitamin A and calcium. It is probably best […]

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