Tuesday, 5 November 2013


There is a BBC report on a UK study that found that in the recent time of squeezed budgets in the recession, families have cut back on fresh fruit and vegetables and opted for processed less healthy foods. Please click:

Families cut back on fresh food News BBC News NEWS

16 hours ago - News families cut back on fresh food FAMILIES
CUT BACK ON FRESH FOOD news from BBC News news.
A country like Papua New Guinea is fortunate in having access to large supplies of fruit and vegetables available in the markets. These can be bought for low prices. A family could live at night on K5 worth of nutritious vegetables.
With the recent drop in the national currency against the Australian dollar, it may be wiser for parents to buy only market food rather than the more expensive processed food from overseas available in the supermarkets.

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