A vegetable grower discusses the “deep, powerful, mellow soil” that nurtures the zucchini, cucumbers and carrots at his Manitoba farm. He pulls a carrot from the ground and clumps of black earth tumble off it dramatically as he hands it to a companion, a trim man in blue jeans, later to be revealed as a representative of Canadian grocer Loblaw. It is, in fact, its chairman, Galen Weston.
An acoustic guitar and orchestration provides majestic accompaniment to this and four other ...
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