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  1. Published on: 17/08/2019 08:33 AMReported by: roving-eye
    British shoppers will be able to buy environmentally friendly, healthy and affordable food under plans for a radical shake-up of the UK’s food industry.




    British shoppers will be able to buy environmentally friendly, healthy and affordable food under plans for a radical shake-up of the UK’s food industry.


    As one of the first steps, the government is today launching a call for evidence, giving everyone from consumers, farmers and food producers, to scientists and academics, an opportunity to shape how we produce, sell and consume food in the UK.


    Their views will inform the first major review of the nation’s food system in nearly 75 years, led by entrepreneur Henry Dimbleby, to ensure the food industry is fit for the future, supports growth, enhances the environment and is resilient to the challenges posed by climate change.


    The review will look at what is working well already and the role of new technology to revolutionise our food supply – from innovations like vertical farming and robotics, to carbon neutral manufacturing and crops that tackle climate change. No idea is too big or small to be considered.

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  3. thediscovolante says:17/08/2019 04:17 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by roving-eye View Post
    British shoppers will be able to buy environmentally friendly, healthy and affordable food under plans for a radical shake-up of the UK’s food industry.




    British shoppers will be able to buy environmentally friendly, healthy and affordable food under plans for a radical shake-up of the UK’s food industry.


    As one of the first steps, the government is today launching a call for evidence, giving everyone from consumers, farmers and food producers, to scientists and academics, an opportunity to shape how we produce, sell and consume food in the UK.


    Their views will inform the first major review of the nation’s food system in nearly 75 years, led by entrepreneur Henry Dimbleby, to ensure the food industry is fit for the future, supports growth, enhances the environment and is resilient to the challenges posed by climate change.


    The review will look at what is working well already and the role of new technology to revolutionise our food supply – from innovations like vertical farming and robotics, to carbon neutral manufacturing and crops that tackle climate change. No idea is too big or small to be considered.

    just look in any supermarket....your veg is driven in a lorry thousands of miles to britain...its madness...just eat what is local and in season...we dont need carrotts from lithuaina etc...they grow in banks!!!.. stop this polluting shipping of cheap veg....
    j

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  5. ausard2 says:17/08/2019 05:30 PM
    "Public to have their say".
    Bull s...
    Public had their say on Brexit.

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  7. said says:18/08/2019 12:51 PM
    In other words - Support the local Farmers for naturally grown produce - not forced grown.

  8. GingerbreadMan says:19/08/2019 04:00 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by ausard2 View Post
    "Public to have their say".
    Bull s...
    Public had their say on Brexit.
    Maybe you should have read past the headline...


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