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...'food miles'-that's the distance our food travels before we buy it.last night checked the things in our fridge.there was some broccoli from spain -that's a journey of 950miles-and some


6 Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word given.


The concept of food miles, the distance food travels before being consumed, dates back to a 1994 report called “The Food Miles Report: The dangers of long-distance food transport”.


We went to Rotterdam, which is the architecture city of Holland that stimulates innovation. We enjoyed the architectures and building there as much as we did walking in the neat roads and besides the beaches. Visiting the famous Anne Frank house was an exciting moment for me.


Food miles, the distance food travels from field to plate, is a way of indicating the environmental impact of the food we eat. Half the vegetables and 95 per cent of the fruit eaten in the UK comes from beyond our shores. Increasingly, it arrives by plane...


There were some strawberries from the USA – a journey of about 7. Are these sentences true or false?


A food mile is the distance food travels from the farm to the store where you buy it, and these miles are costly to the environment. They are among the fastest-growing sources of greenhouse gas emissions worldwide.


j. Laura suspected that the hotel food was going to be bad.


Here are some common idioms based on food and foods. Each entry includes the meaning of the idiom and shows the idiom in context in an example sentence. At the end is a food idioms quiz to check your understanding.


Use be going to, will, or the present continuous and the verb in parentheses. Example: I’m sure that Jess will help (help) you if you ask her. 1 A I _ (go) downtown this afternoon.