Food Strategy: How the government served up a dish that disappointed almost everyone

James Murray
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Food Strategy: How the government served up a dish that disappointed almost everyone

The government’s new Food Strategy has sparked an angry response from environmental and farming groups alike, but is it really as bad as its critics suggest?

'Half baked', 'flatter than a pancake', a plan to 'cook the planet itself'. For many observers the only thing worse than the publication of the government's Food Strategy was the puns it unleashed. For...

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