Jay Rayner: Sustainable Super Farms Are The Future

Jay Rayner: Sustainable Super Farms Are The Future
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A food critic argues that a focus on local, seasonal and organic won't feed the world's growing population.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 16 september 2010

In an opinion piece for the UK’s Observer, restaurant critic and a novelist Jay Rayner counters the argument for local food. He says that small batch food will be luxury available for the middle classes and that we have to consider how to adapt large scale agriculture to feed our large populations with a diet that’s healthy for us, the animals and plants we eat and the land they come from.

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