How a farm-to-plate restaurant coped with Covid | FT

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The coronavirus pandemic has been catastrophic for the hospitality industry but some restaurant businesses are stronger now than ever before. Food writer Tim Hayward and the FT’s Daniel Garrahan travel to Bristol in England’s west country to visit Wilsons, which sources produce from its own market garden, and Little French, which used lockdown to support local suppliers and expand its operations

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