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Where do you buy your food, locally or at the supermarket/

Where do you buy your food, locally or at the supermarket/

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  • 1. FOOD Freedom Food Real Meat Locally sourced Organic
  • 2. This is Henry, well half of Henry
  • 3. He lived in the field next to my classroom
  • 4. And these are his chops and his liver Another 4 chops have already been frozen
  • 5. And his many roasts
  • 6. These are what they look like before packaging
  • 7. So why buy your meat this way • The price is Equitable £45 buys 10 kilos about the same as the supermarket • The farmer delivers if to my door – in a black plastic bag. • I know they are culled humanely • I see the sheep everyday, they have a good life and no chemicals are added to their fields.
  • 8. So what about veg?
  • 9. The potatoes come out of the field behind our house
  • 10. As do the onions
  • 11. And the carrots
  • 12. And this lot costs us about £3
  • 13. Milk, eggs and orange juice are all provided by the milkman
  • 14. Which leaves little to buy in the supermarket
  • 15. Some groceries
  • 16. And more exotic fruit and veg – broccoli + melon; mostly fair trade The suede is local
  • 17. And when we do buy our groceries – this lot cost us £83
  • 18. We even think carefully about how it is packaged
  • 19. Mark OLLIS sbs Creative Commons