Monopoly power vs Scottish food: How big money is undermining our most fundamental need
The food economy in Scotland is dominated by big landowners and supermarket monopolies, David Jamieson finds
LIKE all countries and cultures, Scotland is partly defined by its food. Not just it's cuisine - the country and urban landscape itself is of course shaped by the need to produce and consume food products.
And like so many other advanced economies the shaping of that environment has fallen into fewer and fewer hands, as monopolisation has transformed marketplaces.