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  • Freedom to choose healthy food is a ‘myth' in the UK
  • Freedom to choose healthy food is a ‘myth' in the UK
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Freedom to choose healthy food is a ‘myth' in the UK

The freedom to choose between healthy and unhealthy food is a 'myth’, says a new report. With few people in Britain able to afford nutritious options, and with COVID-19 highlighting the importance of a good diet, researchers say a food system overhaul is needed to improve the nation’s health.

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