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"Supermarkets should introduce aisles dedicated to British produce", says Harper student Mark Simons to Farmers Weekly.

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10 May 2021

Photograph taken by Tim Scrivener from Agriphotos

Harper Adams Agriculture student Mark Simons has written an opinion piece for Farmers Weekly about how supermarkets should introduce more aisles dedicated to British produce. 

Trying to find food from afar is no issue; there is an aisle dedicated to promoting world food, but choosing to buy British represents a real challenge,” says Mark, in the first of a planned series of articles for the magazine.  

If you want to be a part of championing British produce like Mark, take a look at the agricultural courses we offer.  

Read the original article in full on Farmers Weekly online. 

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