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  • Brits still love cod and chips
  • Brits still love cod and chips
    Wei-Hang Chua ©

Brits still love cod and chips

Despite increased awareness and availability of healthy foods, 30% of women and 41% of men in the UK still enjoy a fish supper from the local chippy at least once a month. And there are no airs and graces; 52% don't bother with a plate and eat straight from the paper.



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