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Journey of a product: A Loaf of Bread

A loaf of bread is used as an example of an everyday product. Set within the wider UK agricultural context students see how wheat is grown, how the grain is processed and transported, and visits the supermarket. The resource explains the primary, secondary, tertiary and quartenary stages of the product .

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Brendan Conway, Notre Dame School, Cobham
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