Pick Of The Week: Organic Food & Wine Festival
Fri to 1 Aug Royal Horticultural Halls, London SW1
Saturday 24 July 1999
No one has calculated the percentage of the population that prefers organic produce, but the proliferation of such food in high street stores suggests that there is a preference to be plundered. Top names in the industry - such as the Soil Association and Organics Direct - will be among those taking part in the festival, and you can expect tips on everything from how to improve your sex life to "lazy gardening".
Royal Horticultural Halls, London SW1 (0181-746 1115) Fri to 1 Aug, pounds 4/pounds 3
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