29 Aug 2004

The Ecologist Magazine – Rethinking basic assumptions
In this month’s issue:

veggiesGhost Town Britain
“Supermarkets are doing irreversible damage to our towns and communities. A revolution in the way they are regulated is needed immediately.

Support your community or shop in a supermarket. You can’t do both.”

Shelf Abuse
“No European country is as reliant on supermarkets for its food shopping as Britain.
It is no coincidence that the UK also has the worst eating habits in Europe.”

Every Little Helps
“Are you a `premium loyal’, a ‘loyal low spender’, a ‘can’t stay away’… or don’t you care?
Tesco does, and uses the data collected from your loyalty card to dictate what you buy, when you buy and how much you buy.”

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