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Growers predict the 2012 UK apple crop will be down almost a fifth on last year because of the wet summer. Orchards growing Braeburn and Cox apples in the Midlands have been hardest hit. Ella McSweeney meets a grower who thinks his income will drop by 90% compared with what he earned in 2011.
Meanwhile in the Western Isles of Scotland crofters are coping with a drought. And will the Olympic Food Vision have any lasting legacy in the way caterers and restaurants source their ingredients?
Presented by Ella McSweeney, Produced by Sarah Swadling.