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  • Brits would eat meals based on their DNA
  • Brits would eat meals based on their DNA
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Brits would eat meals based on their DNA

Experts believe that interest in DNA-based nutrition is set to increase in the UK. Already over 10% of food consumption is driven by a desire for personalised products, a number which rises to 15% of Boomers, who are particularly aware of their daily health needs.

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