Treating our soil differently could have a knock on effect on our physical and mental health, as well as the health of the environment. As one half of Groove Armada, Andy Cato travelled the world playing music, but for the last 15 years his MO has been revolutionising the way we grow food.
In this chat with Fearne, he talks about the importance of re-connecting with nature and how we can all positively impact the planet via the food we eat.
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