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Did you know that by the time it gets to your plate, your Sunday lunch could have clocked up over 6500 miles across several continents? Earth Trust is encouraging everyone to eat locally in 2015 – one day a week starting this Friday.

“We’re asking people to take part in our Friday Footprint Challenge,!" says Jayne Manley, Chief Executive of the Earth Trust. "Once a week, try sourcing your entire evening meal from local producers. There are an array of farmers’ markets, farm shops and ‘pick your own’ places out there to choose from so it may not be as difficult as you might think. Visit our website and take a look at what some of our Farm Step businesses are growing – there’s fruit, veg, salad and meat being produced right here on the Earth Trust Farm."

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The first video will be online on Tuesday 10th February, with another each day for the rest of the week, You can share your tips, ideas and experiences with the Earth Trust via the blog or on Twitter (@earth_trust) and Facebook (

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