Food villains on the shelves- Stats revealed.

The Financial Times  recently of produced a fascinating Special Report entitled The Future of The Food Industry. One of the articles caught our attention and we have reproduced it here – we are confident you will enjoy reading it and looking at the real statistics for fat, sugar and meat consumption.

(and effects) in western society.
Processed meats are now the villains of supermarket shelves
Food health scares and dietary controversies continue to erupt in the news. Last year, for instance, the World Health Organisation’s cancer agency told us that processed meat is a cancer hazard; in the UK, Public Health England and the House of Commons health committee threw their weight behind a sugar tax on sweet drinks to curb the obesity epidemic; and New York City forced fast food joints to put a sinister symbol of a saltshaker inside a black triangle beside high-salt items on their menus.
See full article here:
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/2007b5e8-98e7-11e5-9228-87e603d47bdc.html#axzz3yuXhn2Iw

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