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Fresh food without pesticides, not washed in chlorine, grown locally by local farmers. Oh go on then… lucky Chagford

A group of food growers in Devon say they've found a way to make 10 times as much money from their produce than by selling to supermarkets. Chagford Market Garden farms just 6 acres of land in the shadow of Castle Drogo – but uses a model called subscription farming, selling direct to the customer who pays in advance. Julie Fisher has the story.

Posted by BBC Spotlight on Saturday, April 8, 2017

A group of food growers in Devon say they've found a way to make 10 times as much money from their produce than by selling to supermarkets. Chagford Market Garden farms just 6 acres of land in the shadow of Castle Drogo – but uses a model called subscription farming, selling direct to the customer who pays in advance. Julie Fisher has the story.

Posted by BBC Spotlight on Saturday, April 8, 2017