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A ppt done to look at supermarket influence on arable farms - done with the Grocery "Store Wars" rip off movie

A ppt done to look at supermarket influence on arable farms - done with the Grocery "Store Wars" rip off movie

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Supermarkets Supermarkets Presentation Transcript

  • What’s the issue? Why are we talking about this? What’s it got to do with our topic? Who is affected?
  • What connects Jamie Oliver to arable farming?
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  • Food Miles: Christmas Dinner Turkey from Thailand – 6,643 miles Runner beans from Zambia – 4,930 miles Carrots from Spain – 958 miles Mangetout from Zimbabwe – 5,147 miles Potatoes from Italy – 890 miles Sprouts from the UK = ?
  • Food Miles
    • Using 6 different ingredients, create a menu that has travelled over the furthest distance
    • Using 6 different ingredients, create a menu that has travelled over the shortest distance
    • If the UK imported less food from abroad suggest what would be the impact of this trend on:
    • -         the owners of large companies involved in the food supply business, both in the UK and abroad
    • -         people working in the food, farming and fuel industries, in the UK as well as abroad
    • - consumers: the cost and quality of food that we might buy in shops and supermarkets.