The future of sustainable farming - big farms v small farms

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SABMiller explores how big and small farms can help to bolster global food security

To mark World Food Day on October 16th, drinks giant SABMiller is asking whether big or small farms represent the most effective means of improving food security.

As a global giant brewing giant that buys its raw ingredients from both small and large-scale farms in Africa, India, parts of Latin America, and elsewhere, the company certainly understands the pros and cons and has produced a video to explore the differences.

The merits and pitfalls of both approaches are more complicated than you might think.

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