Really interesting article addressing this question by Alex Renton – http://www.newsweek.com/2015/01/16/europes-big-fat-food-problem-297029.html
I’m inclined to say yes (but with some reservations for those already in food poverty)… a difficult balance.
Another article on this topic from Compassion in World Farming – here http://www.ciwf.org.uk/news/2015/01/cheap-food-costing-the-earth-f1/?utm_campaign=farmageddon&utm_source=ciwffb&utm_medium=facebook
Guest blog by Pete Ritchie on the Scottish Land Action Movement page – http://www.scottishlandactionmovement.org/slam-news/2015/1/23/food-security-in-a-shrinking-world
“In a shrinking world, if our land is not for feeding our people sustainably into the future, then what is it for?” – access to land for food growing has to get easier, esp. for small communities.
Fine supermarkets if they have unfairly squeezed milk suppliers, say MPs.
A follow up to my post earlier this month about milk being cheaper than water….
Patrick Holden of the Sustainable Food Trusts calls for a ‘fair trade’-esque label for milk. YES PLEASE!
Sounds good but just a load of ‘bull’?