Pupils from several London schools will be trying their hand at market trading today, selling fruit and vegetables they've grown themselves.
They'll be joining stall-holders at Borough Market in south London to trade their pumpkins, squashes and beetroot for hard cash.
All of the proceeds will go to FareShare, a charity that works to relieve food poverty.
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