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Shoot lunch? It’s a wrap

IT has been incredible watching the food industry adapt over the past six months. Amongst the sad news of permanent closures and cancelled events there have been many inspiring stories of fast, innovative thinking that has allowed business in various creative forms to continue.

Those of you worried that the food side of this season’s shoot days will be comprised, fear not. The shoot lunch can still be a highlight of the day. While buffets and squeezing into bothies are a no, fancy picnics for one that can be bagged up

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