BREXIT: What does it mean for European food & nutrition players?

BREXIT: What does it mean for European food & nutrition players?

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Comments (1)

Stella H Howell - 14 Mar 2016 | 07:54


The Food Industry is a major cause for Brits rejecting European Union. Yet again, the Food Industry is determined to hood wink 'consumers' into eating insects. UK will be a Healthy Nation without such influences. Understand your body and nourishment. Ofcourse this is perhaps asking too much!

14-Mar-2016 at 19:54 GMT

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