First a major sponsor of the London Olympics found to be importing 90% of its beef from Brazil until it was forced to do a U-turn and use British.
Next we hear rumours that if the ongoing liquid milk price crisis cannot be solved, we may in future be drinking cheap imported milk.
Now our proud agricultural identity is being challenged again with news that "almost all" of London's fish and chip shops have been using potatoes grown in Belgium. A major potato merchant in Flanders has been exporting an unprecedented 1000 tons of potatoes to Britain every week since June.
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