Tag Archives: food prices

Food waste feast

Food waste feast is a TEARFUND event that I attended at our church last Friday evening.  Over 30% of global food production is wasted.  Where this proportion of food is wasted depends on where it is produced.  In the developing world … Continue reading

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One thing we have learnt this week – organic farming

The BBC consumer programme  “You and Yours” was turned over to organic farming for a whole programme on Monday.  The programme looked at a variety of aspects of organics from a Danish and UK perspective.  Denmark was chosen since it … Continue reading

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One thing we have learnt this week – energy costs

What goes up comes down more slowly, at least it does when its related to energy costs.  As the oil price has plunged a variety of different sectors have how can I put it, been slow to pass on the … Continue reading

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One thing we have learnt this week – economics is not working

The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have spoken out today, essentially saying for many in the West economics is not working.  You could also argue that economics is not working for many people in developing countries as well.  While incomes … Continue reading

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