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How Brexit May Change What People Eat

Will Britons have to forgo citrus post-Brexit?

While politicians argue over Brexit, regular people living in Britain wonder what foods they’ll have access to after the dust settles. Depending upon how long it takes to implement a plan for feeding Britain post-Brexit, the ingredients that become available will reflect a new food system, perhaps one in which Britons will…

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Robyn Metcalfe

Robyn Metcalfe

Writer, Producer, Historian, Creative. Fascinated by how we feed cities. Order my new book, Humans in Our Food: https://humansinourfood.com

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