Coughs and sneezes don’t just spread diseases – they underline the 5,000-mile connection between Cornwall’s dairy farmers and China

Posted By on 27th February 2020

By Julia Penhaligon Some call it the “butterfly effect.”  A small change in initial conditions can have much larger consequences in a later state.  It is why students of chaos…

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  1. This is a great example of why global trade is precarious. Also, at one time, Asian countries had some of the highest rates of breast feeding. Presumably these rates have dropped, thanks to aggressive marketing by the likes of Nestle. Legislation to curb that in the UK had, presumably, sent them to peddle their half truths and lies elsewhere. Let’s hope there are some positive spin offs for Asia out of this and their children will grow up with stronger immune systems from being breast fed. I am sorry about Davidstow but mix with the indiscrimate multi national corps is not always a positive thing.

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