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Study: UK Imports 32% of Fruit and Vegetables from “Climate Vulnerable” Countries

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Guest essay by Eric Worrall A LSE study expresses concern that if the UK keeps importing food from an increasingly diverse range of sources any climate upset could cause prices to rise and availability to suffer. Published: 09 November 2020 United Kingdom’s fruit and vegetable supply is increasingly dependent on imports from climate-vulnerable producing countries Pauline…

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