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Brits drink two bathtubs of tea per year, survey reveals

12th May 2015 13:48

A recent survey, commissioned by Contact the Elderly, has found that the average British person consumes 884 cups of tea every year – enough to fill two bathtubs. The survey also found that the amount of tea British people consumes increases with age.… Read more...

Survey finds a desire for energy drinks to be taxed

21st April 2015 10:08

A recent survey - on behalf of trade magazine, The Grocer - has found that around half (47 per cent) of British people would like a tax placed on energy drinks. The survey also revealed that consumers are the most concerned about energy drinks above any other… Read more...

Average annual cost of lunch is £667, research finds

26th March 2015 12:24

New research from the NPD Group has shown that the average annual amount of money spent on lunch by one individual is £667, with those working in London spending around £830. Experts have said that the findings may indicate one’s financial… Read more...

Some cereal bars do not live up to their ‘healthy’ image, Which? finds

19th March 2015 10:17

A recent survey by Which? has found that a large amount of the UK’s most favoured cereal bars and breakfast biscuits would be best suited to the sweets and chocolate aisle, due to them containing between 30 and 40 per cent sugar. Which?, a UK consumer… Read more...

Nearly 3 in 5 American adults believe GM food is unsafe

3rd February 2015 12:22

Despite a large proportion of scientists believing that genetically modified (GM) food is perfectly safe, nearly 3 in 5 (57 per cent) of American adults are not confident that GM food is okay to consume, as opposed to the 37 per cent who claimed that they… Read more...

Advertising unhealthy food should be regulated, British Heart Foundation claims

2nd February 2015 13:10

Health campaigners have called for tougher regulations on adverts promoting unhealthy foods. The negative sentiment surrounding TV adverts has come on the heels of the findings of a recent survey, which claimed that children are pestering their parents for… Read more...

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