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Supermarket lifestyles, plastic wood, timber treads, and quantum architecture. Plus the cost of design decisions Food for thought The ever-increasing number of celebrity chefs appearing on our screens reflects that we are becoming more and more adventurous in what we want to eat and, consequently, more demanding about the variety of produce we expect to have available to us, writes John Patterson.
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