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A Welsh Food System Fit For Future Generations

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Food is one of the few sectors that can have such a multifaceted positive impact on so many areas that affect the day-to-day life of people living and working in Wales. It has considerable potential to address pressing concerns relating to health, the economy, the environment and equality.
Food - from what we grow, produce and catch to what we put on our plates - is our strongest link to nature. This is why ensuring the food system enables people and planet to thrive is a priority for WWF Cymru.
How to deliver healthy, nutritious food for all in the face of shrinking resources and a...
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