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The Food Programme

BBC Radio 4

Investigating every aspect of the food we eat


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  • If you intend to have anti-Tory, anti-male commentary, there’s no point in listening to your food programme. You’re not the only choice.

    Inver Darroch
    2 months ago
  • 5 June 2022 Street food

    Went grocery shopping 🛒 and thought, what’s the huge brouhaha about prices? Then I went to the feed store, and it hit me… We buy a lot of animal food to maintain our chickens, eggs, sheep, garden supplies. 🥰🙃 Grow your own, if you’re going to eat it. We need to incentivize our farmers. You know what your eating, growing, selling and it’s so much better both in taste and nutrition. Awards are great but they must be deserved and proven from farm to table… We must substance our global food suppl... more

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    Should have come here to Newfoundland and had a feed of fish and brewis!

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    I could listen to all of this because of the irritating background soundtrack. Why was it needed? What did it add? Total distraction and annoyance.

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