The health food movement is no longer a niche business
A wake-up call from an international health summit held last month in Sydney, Australia, warned that life expectancy could begin to decline for the first time in more than a century if the world does not tackle an epidemic of chronic diseases. Ruth Colagiuri, an associate professor of public health at the University of Sydney, told the gathering of health and business groups that fresh food needed to become more affordable and the sugar, fat and salt content of food must be reduced. “The ...
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