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But as a population we have lost this connection, for most of us now, we are shielded from the impacts of our food choices and our actions by well defined lines.
This blanket blindness is purposely put in place by the supermarkets, the processors, the packaging companies, we don’t generally get to see behind this magic veil, they don’t want us to see.
It is not good for business for us to see the land being sprayed in conventional farming, or the horrendous conditions of factory farms, or the forced and sometimes slave child labour used to keep food cheap.
We have seen recently though the power that can be wielded when we do get to see behind this well guarded veil.
The outcry against plastic is something that is clear for all to see, and we want change and change is coming.
Imagine then if we could see the amazing impact of our positive choices, if we could understand that it isn’t just a head of broccoli or a packet of bacon. If we could somehow rekindle that connection with our food.
I believe that we can reconnect, that by seeing how food is grown we can redevelop that connection with nature and we can tell our children, we can show them that there is a great, fun and fantastically positive way to live and eat.