Voices from the field: Can farmers champion health?

It seems self-evident that a primary objective of farming would be to support human health. Farmers’ choices about what they produce and the methods they use, and the policies that frame these decisions, have enormous potential either to improve or to undermine public health, with linked benefits (or costs) to both the environment and the wider economy. But human health is not prioritised in agriculture policy, either at present or in the policy that is proposed, at least for England, after the UK leaves the EU.

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