The Food We Eat: the Real Cost of Cheap Food (2012)

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  • Featuring

    Julie Etchingham

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    United Kingdom

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    Non Fiction


Julie Etchingham investigates what our demands for cheap food means, how it has changed British farming with more and more intensive farming. One family is set a challenge to only eat free range, traceable meat for one week. Chef Ed Baines help to test if free range pork tastes better than indoor reared pork.

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