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  • 'Eating right' is often equated with 'being good' - so people want to 'share' their meals
  • 'Eating right' is often equated with 'being good' - so people want to 'share' their meals
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Can our eating habits represent our identity? We sat down with author Charlotte Biltekoff to discuss how food aligns with aspirations and ethical codes, and shifting perceptions of health.