Henry Dimbleby writes for the Economist Intelligence Unit Food Sustainability Index on Ideas to Transform England’s Food System

In the UK, the food system provides jobs for one in seven of the population. Much of this is made possible by a free market that performs a million daily miracles: producing, exporting, importing, processing and serving up a dazzling variety of reasonably priced foods in an abundance unimaginable to previous generations. But in the UK and beyond, this bounty has come at a cost, explains Henry Dimbleby, lead non-executive board member of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs:

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