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While this certainly has been, and still is, the case for many people in Wales, the Rural Regeneration Unit are reducing the problem by offering fresh, affordable fruit and vegetables by linking community groups and schools with local wholesalers, producers and growers, so that all benefit.
Across Cardiff, Bridgend, Merthyr Tydfil and the Valleys, there are approximately 63 food co-operatives which are run by government quango the Rural Regeneration Unit.
Richard Reast, a food development worker in South Wales for the Rural Regeneration Unit, said: "We are quite involved in the beginning, but there should not be any funding required.
The fortnight is being promoted by the Guild of Fine Food Retailers and the Rural Regeneration Unit and among events planned regionally and nationally are: Celebration of food from the North-East organised by Gateshead Tourist Information Service involves promotion of the region's food with more than 100 participating pubs, restaurants and cafes.
Some 300 food co-ops have been set up across Wales with support from the Rural Regeneration Unit (RRU).
The not-for-profit group is supported by Wales and West Housing Association, Linc-Cymru and the Rural Regeneration Unit.
Ready prepared cuts and added value products will help drive the second Game-to-eat programme, spearheaded by the National Game Dealers' Association and the Rural Regeneration Unit.
Mark Jones Welsh Produce Manager of the Rural Regeneration Unit, said: "We'll be encouraging other food co-ops in Wales.