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Relocalisation is a social movement that promotes the use of locally produced goods and services in communities. The COVID-19 pandemic has compelled people to investigate what’s in their immediate surroundings. Many people were inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement to seek out local businesses run by people of colour. This trend was also sparked by grocer shortages, with many people discovering that their local food systems are more stable. Even mega-corporations like Unilever see the benefits of relocalisation, with the company’s CEO declaring that the company will no longer export products worldwide.

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