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Remarkable and imaginative: Fitzwilliam Museum’s The Art of Food reviewed

30 November 2019

9:00 AM

30 November 2019

9:00 AM

Eating makes us anxious. This is a feature of contemporary life: a huge amount of attention is devoted to how much we eat, when we eat it, where it comes from, to toxic foods, organic and inorganic ones, environmentally damaging groceries, those that tot up too much mileage or cause damage to the rainforest.

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