Morocco was long considered one of the most politically stable – and therefore safe – countries in Africa, but recent terrorist attacks around the world have damaged the tourism industry in Arab countries and left many feeling nervous. So is it really safe to visit Morocco in 2017?

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This time last weekend I was feeling inspired, excited, and amongst other things – extremely full, having just popped my Abergavenny Food Festival cherry. I loved my first time at this incredible event, which not only champions honest food, but also challenges us to think about where it comes from, and how.

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Thanks to the latest technology, an abandoned air raid shelter 33 metres below Clapham High Street is being used to grow ‘micro herbs’ including fennel, garlic chives and pea shoots. The sustainable salad crop will go on sale in M&S stores for the first time this week.

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This week I have been making a concerted effort to eat even more organic produce than I usually do. It’s all down to the Organic Trade Board (OTB) and their #FeedYourHappy campaign, a month-long program of activity which is all about encouraging people to share the organic food that makes them happy – and why.

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