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Tuesday, April 13, 2021

A food revolution in the Falklands | BBC Travel

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The Falkland Islands are a series of islands located between Patagonia and South Georgia and is still disputed by the UK and Argentina. With less than 4,000 residents, the people are surrounded by sheep, penguins, fish, and squid. However, fruit and vegetables are almost impossible to find and must be imported. Due to the expenses involved, many of the residents rely on the local meat, as imported products can cost several times what they would on the mainland.

Source: http://www.bbc.com/travel/story/20200820-a-food-revolution-in-the-falklands

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