As economies around the world are becoming more globalized, so are our diets and lifestyles. The possibility of buying avocados from Peru or portobello mushrooms from Thailand has transformed our kitchens. The exotic tastes and dishes have unlocked a whole world of opportunities. The other side of the same coin is the surge in farm-to-table businesses and ‘locally grown’ organic products. Amidst the confusion, an important question to ask is whether it matters where our food comes from? In short, the answer is yes.
“Air is Medicine” –Lillian Russell Clean air is a fundamental right which is increasingly becoming a luxury in 21st century cities. If there is one thing keeping us happy during the lockdown, it’s the cleaner air in our homes and balconies. Air quality in urban environments is generally moderate to unhealthy, and indoor spaces don’t