Attitudes towards food production must change

Morgan, Gaina
May 2008
Farmers Weekly;5/2/2008, p44
Trade Publication
The article reports on the call of WFU president Ionwen Lewis for the British government to make food security a national priority as farmers face the challenge of feeding the world. Lewis says it is going to be a tremendous challenge and it will provide farmers in this country with great opportunities. She criticized Prime Minister Gordon Brown who expressed concern that food prices were too high when he called for urgent action for an international strategy for food prices.


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