"I've been thinking a lot after the disaster we had this spring" says farmer Gareth Wyn Jones.
"We produce some fantastic stuff in Wales. Why can't we sell it locally?"
"There are some fantastic butchers and whole food places, and I think supermarkets should be getting on board".
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