In her latest column on the environmental impact of our food, Louise Gray digs up the dirt on Britain's favourite vegetable, the potato.
The modern day dinner party is not complete without an anguished conversation about where our food is from. We discuss climate change, chemicals, water-use and wildlife. But we seldom talk about the ground...
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