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Future of Food.

Byline: Steve Hendry

BBC 2, Monday, 9pm We no longer think of our daily bread as a luxury. But times are changing. With recent food riots on three continents and competition for food due to population growth and changing diets, George Alagiah gets out from the newsdesk and looks at why food security could become the most pressing global issue this century.

In this first programme, George visits farmers and food experts in Britain and overseas to find out why food production is facing a global crisis.
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Publication:Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Aug 16, 2009
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