Truffle economy: how a UK scientist sniffed out a culinary opportunity | Curio

Truffle economy: how a UK scientist sniffed out a culinary opportunity

21 mins | May 14, 2018

A few centuries ago truffles were a mere commodity. Since then their numbers have dramatically declined, currently making the fungi the epitome of posh nosh. Nicola Davison, writes in the Financial Times, of the scientist who sniffed out a golden opportunity for truffle harvesting in Wales.

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From Financial Times