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  • Brits skip meals for snacks
  • Brits skip meals for snacks
    Doug Belshaw (2013) ©
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Brits skip meals for snacks

From salt and vinegar crisps to posh popcorn, Britain has become a nation of snackers. The country munched through 9.1 billion packs of crisps, nuts and snacks in 2014, representing a year on year rise of 1%. How is this impacting on people's three square meals?

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