Fattier, saltier, more sugary: the true effects of food price inflation

7 Apr

A hard Brexit could push up the family food bill by £50 per week – pushing more families towards a poor quality diet, making it hard to control chronic diseases and worsening mental health problems, writes Martine Barons (University of Warwick). The UK’s reliance on food imports, including from the EU, is significant – and … Continued