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October 2015

….. but consumers are looking beyond organic provenance for other values that justify purchase and a higher price Sales of organic products increased by 4% in 2014 to £1.86 billion according to the Organic Trade Board[1] in a year when food prices fell by 1.9%,...

...but perhaps is less fun and somewhat selective in approach TV programmes like ‘It was alright in the 80’s and 90’s’ are a stunning reminder of how radically things have changed – how much more PC we are in our attitudes and almost puritanical in our approach on social and behavioural issues. Inevitably what we buy and eat reflects this.