I have recently — at the insistence of my loving wife — started on a bit of a health kick. As well as getting more exercise, I have also become increasingly aware of what I am eating. This gave me a renewed understanding that it isn’t always clear to us as consumers exactly what is going into the dishes that we eat. This is obviously not a new realization, but it does seem that in certain parts of the world our approach to food is changing. According to 2008 figures from ...
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