local produce

In the kitchen of the future, edible fish and sea vegetation will be home grown with aquariums built into our kitchen walls
Supermarket giant Tesco is to double the amount of fresh meat it sources in Northern Ireland. Following on from his earlier
As a keen cook, I love cooking with fresh fruit and veg, but while I want to spend time going to Cardiff's Market and getting all my shopping, I simply don't have time to spend half a day walking there and struggling back with a load of food.
This Christmas, I am urging everyone to try to have a 'local' Christmas. Is it possible to find all of the presents, food, drink and decorations you will need from producers and craftsmen in the local area? I imagine it is and you could be surprised about what exists just around the corner.
I grow a few acres of asparagus on my farm in Kent and this year I have looked on helplessly as the asparagus first sulked underground in the rain and cold, refusing to grow at all and then shot up faster than we could pick it as soon as the sun came out. With this small taste of the unpredictability of farming life, my respect for our farm shop partners grows and grows.
Two-thirds of Britain's schools do not know where the food in school meals comes from, a survey has revealed. Only 60 out