Obviously an Aubergine
Well yes, to a certain extent, and that's how I do my marketing (direct) and therefore make a living at it.As long as even a very half baked attempt to change the way Junckers successor is chosen fails in favor of an career politician who leave a trail of failures lies and destruction behind her i have zero trust the EU is going to redesign itself, and if it does it won't be for the normal people just as it is'nt now.
Regarding agriculture i have far more trust in changes from within small farmers finding their costumers directly instead of large scale supermarkets. A good example is Crowdbutching(so the meat of an animal is sold online before the animal is slaughtered, also only free range) it started in the Netherlands and they are in the uk now aswell. Or a cheese farm that sells his cheeses online and in there online store or local milk or honey(which in the process can help to prevent/reduce hayfever)
But the EU does seem to be in the process of recognising local resilience, and the multiple benefits of smaller scaled mixed farming
... I've been involved in a few eu projects that are promoting just that.
But if we Brexit I can see the UK going the way of the states.. It'll either be consolidated mega farms, or cheap imports providing questionable quality food stuffs for people who don't or can't afford to care how their food is produced..
With a new niche, higher end providers on the side, for those who do.
With better targetted support, good quality food and farming could become the standard, not the exception.