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Expedition Foods customer Dan was deployed to Liberia in West Africa as part of the Ebola Emergency Response. In this fascinating blog he outlines the difficulty he has had getting safe, nutritious food and how he has worked on staying healthy amidst this health-crisis of global significance.

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In a country where women risk their safety simply walking alone, two women are training for a self-supported, seven-day race across the Chinese desert.

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In December 2015 up to 40 teams will row more than 3,000 nautical miles across the world’s second largest ocean, the Atlantic, as part of Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge. Rowers will head west from San Sebastian in La Gomera to English Harbour in Antigua. Once they leave the safety of the harbour they’ll be on their own, on the vast ocean and at the mercy of the elements, until the race comes into its final stretch.

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Time on expedition, however long or short, always pares life back to basics. The escape from the modern world it provides is something I believe to be essential for our generation, ever-connected and often staring seemingly blankly at screens. Our Duke of Edinburgh experience was no different and proved to be an exhilarating week in the Welsh highlands of Snowdonia, and for many of us a first wild camping experience.

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After the calm weather of Sanya, (China) last week, the Volvo Ocean teams are now battling it out in some of the worst weather they have seen since the beginning of the race six months ago. The Volvo Ocean Race is the longest professional sporting event in the world, a round-the-world yacht race that is held every three years and has crews off-shore for nine months of the year.

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