The supermarket price wars are not a long term solution to food affordability

So the supermarkets are at it again: slashing food prices in the hope of gaining an inch on their rivals. Co-op, Tesco and Morrisons have all recently pledged to cut the cost of everyday staples, sparking a renewed price war at the tills. But what about the impact the price cuts will have on farmers and food sustainability? Journalist Oliver Balch discusses the repercussions.
The Guardian

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