Welcome from the editor: a look back
Welcome and thank you for joining me this weekend.
Because of its climate and geographical position Saudi Arabia has been heavily reliant on food import, but no more, says the kingdom, as it sets up a number of projects that will allow it to produce its own food. Read about it in Saudi Arabia to build 110,000 square meters horticulture area to ensure food security in the country.
The sun has returned to some parts of the UK, after a rainy July that made us all feel like we were living in a perpetual autumn (a regular occurrence on our shores). As we make the most of the last month of summer (well, it’s technically summer until 20 of September, but is it really?) by jetting off to warmer climates and relaxing on the beach, this week I bring you some of our most read features, to be enjoyed whilst soaking the sun in.
Discover how the food system has evolved and where it’s heading next in The evolution of ingredients, nutrition and consumer demand. Author and philosopher Julian Baggini looks at the meat sector and shares his knowledge and opinion in The truths and myths of red meat.
Wishing you a wonderful weekend,