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Waking up with on-the-go breakfast

With increasingly busy lifestyles, our eating habits are changing. Over half of people in the UK tend to eat on-the-go without the time to sit down to enjoy their food. As we have less time dedicated for eating, on-the-go breakfast products are growing in popularity.

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