The spread of exotic grains is evidence that globalisation works — the symptom of a happy trend, and not something to be feared, rebutted or destroyed as much populist thinking today would have it. A great thought leader article from The Economist...
UK media has been aflutter with stories of shortages of lettuces, courgettes, broccoli and other unseasonal vegetables due to bad weather in parts of Spain - and there's been a predictable number of column inches about Britain’s .
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