The U.K. media is abuzz. The government’s Cabinet Office just announced a new strategy, backed by Prime Minister Gordon Brown, to slash the number of food choices available to hungry Britons. From the corner kebab shop to three-Michelin-star restaurants, every business will be subject to these new far-reaching regulations all in the name of “public health.”The report outlines more than 100 pages of food-related policies, recommending that restaurants cover their menus in “traffic light” ...

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