Youngsters tuck into a local treat

Green, Richard
October 2006
Farmers Weekly;10/6/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 14, p82
Trade Publication
The article presents information on issues related to farms in Great Britain. More than 100 students from New Park School in Harrogate, England enjoyed a healthy meal made from local produce as part of the British Food Fortnight which aimed to encourage children to eat healthy and local food. A picture of a teenager and his cat is presented.


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