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Brexit Consequences Will Make It Too Expensive For Some To Eat Healthfully

November 20, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Great Britain’s Food Foundation says Brexit-related ramifications like unfavorable exchange rates, tariffs, and higher labor costs will make it too expensive for lower income families to afford healthful quantities of fruits and vegetables. The Brexit impact could add £158 ($212) a year to the amount a family of four spends on fruits and vegetables, especially if they try to meet the five-a-day eating target. The thinktank recommends: an expanded healthy food voucher system; increased production of homegrown fruit and vegetables; new measures to secure seasonal labor for farms; capital grants to farmers to expand production; and guidance to ensure British-grown fruit and vegetables are prominent in meals served in schools, hospitals, and jails. 
Patrick Butler, "Five-A-Day Eating Targets 'Will Be Unaffordable for Millions after Brexit'", The Guardian, November 20, 2017, © Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies
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