Look at the following paragraph and fill in the blank.
So can the true cost of food be brought down? Breaking away from industrial agriculture as the solution to hunger may be very hard for some countries, but in Britain, where the immediate need to supply food is less urgent, and the cost and the damage of intensive farming have been clearly seen, it may be more feasible. The government needs to create sustainable, competitive and diverse farming and food sectors, which contribute to a thriving and sustainable rural economy, and advance environmental, economic, health, and animal welfare goals.
It is realistic to suggest that Britain should reduce its reliance on ..................... .
What I get from the paragraph is that
Breaking away from industrial agriculture as the solution to hunger may be very hard for some countries, but in Britain, it may be more feasible.
So I choose Industrial Agriculture. However, the answer sheet says that it should be Intensive Farming.
Can someone shed some light on this for me? Am I misinterpreting the paragraph?