Health experts warn increasing popularity of industrially-made food will lead to negative effects such as obesity and poor health
The average Briton consumes 50 per cent more calories than they realise, according to the first estimates from the Office for National Statistics.
Children have a "huge lack of knowledge" when it comes to knowing how and where their food is produced, the NFU has said.
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A new low-cost airline in North America is looking to disrupt the Canadian travel market by flying 2,000 miles cross-country for less than a fiver.
Nearly half of children are perilously overweight in some parts of Britain, according to the first ever map tracking the waistlines of primary school pupils.
In a sixth year of consecutive growth, organic sales rose by 6% to a record £2.2bn, driven largely by independent outlets and home deliveries