With the economic downturn making shoppers count their pennies, many assumed that organic farmers would be amongst those hit hardest. But, contrary to popular belief, new research suggests that some areas of organic farming may be weathering the storm better than expected. We talk to Simon Moakes and Nic Lampkin who have been looking at the fortunes of the farming industry to find out more.
|Number of pages
|Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
|Published - Oct 2010