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There’s definitely too many adjectives in food these days. Alexie Sayle’s Stuff s1e3: Cartesian Dualism for the Fuller Figure, BBC 1988
Elizabeth David: she was about to make a unique mark on British culture with a one-woman mission to introduce us to continental food … She pioneered the food revolution we see around us all today not to mention the army of globetrotting TV chefs. New Elizabethans with Andrew Marr II: A Brave New World, BBC 2020
Food banks: that number has risen to over 1.5 million. Broke s1e2, CBS 2020
The battle of Britain’s breakfast cereal has been fought for decades between two main players, American giant Kellogs and from Northamptonshire Weetabix. In the fight for sales nothing is off limits. The Secret World of Cereal, Channel 4 2023
We once all ate fruit and veg that we grew close to home and cooked from scratch. We were thinner back then … By the ’70s we were starting to eat more processed food. Five-a-Day: The Big Con? Aka The Shocking Truth About Five a Day, Channel 5 2023
We’ve seen a rise in scurvy and rickets for the first time since the Victorian era. ibid.
They tell us to eat more fruit and veg then charge us a fortune for it. ibid.
Four million people in the UK are living in food poverty. ibid.
But Kelloggs from Michigan won us over. And in 1938 opened Europe’s largest cereal factory in Manchester. ibid.