The Food Foundation’s Broken Plate report has revealed some alarming gaps between rich and poor households when it comes to the quality and nutritional value of the food they are consuming, while some campaign groups are already calling for more legislation for unhealthy foods.
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The analysis suggests that prices of fruits such as tomatoes could increase by as much as nine percent in the event of a No-Deal Brexit next month.
Less than half of UK supermarkets issue targets for the sale of healthy food and plant-based protein alternatives, prompting the Food Foundation to call for action.
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As Covid pushes more family into poverty, Henry Dimbleby criticises the UK Government on its recent decision around free food schemes and urges it to act now to stop disadvantaged children from going hungry.
According to recent report the Broken Plate 2020, little or no progress has been made in the last year to the health of UK citizens, particularly those in the lowest income bracket.
As more than 200,000 children skip meals because their family could not access sufficient food during lockdown*, footballer Marcus Rashford urges UK Government to rethink its stop to UK food voucher relief.