Affordable locally and sustainably grown food is now available to the residents of Exeter via a mobile shop funded by a Local Food grant from the Big Lottery Fund. A key aim is to strengthen the local economy, so procurement will only be from independent Devon food producers. The shop will travel regular routes throughout the city, and its livery of big, bright vegetables will mark it out wherever it goes. Cat Kennedy, Love Local Food’s project manager, explained: “The idea is that whilst customers get easier access to high-quality, affordable foods, they are also supporting local producers and ...


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