Supermarkets shun seasonal British food

Maybe this article shows we have become over globalized:

Tesco was selling Dutch strawberries

Supermarkets are shunning seasonal British food in favour of fruit and vegetables air-freighted from thousands of miles away, according to research for the Independent. A snapshot survey of 10 foods grown in the UK found seven leading supermarket groups selling ‘fresh produce’ from as far away as South America.

http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/news/supermarkets-shun-seasonal-british-food-1990557.html

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