This project explores the changing social context that provisions the UK with its government-recommended ‘5 a-day’ fruit and vegetables. As the UK is undergoing radical change in areas of trade and subsidies, livelihoods are at risk. This also means that the 50% of food produced and consumed in the UK is under question. The project will gather the experiences of farmers, workers and others who help to bring in the harvest. In doing so, the project considers who bears the costs and risks to our food system, differentially, and in common with one another. It asks, what might be done to support them?
|Effective start/end date
|1/09/20 → 30/04/25
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