Eighty representatives of the main stakeholders in UK agriculture were recently invited to Defra HQ in London to talk about a national food policy. As one who has long deplored the absence of such a policy – save that operated by the major supermarkets, most of whose objectives are to obtain supplies at the lowest price, wherever they come from – I should welcome the initiative. So, why am I concerned it could become yet another talking shop? David Richardson […]
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