#AceFoodNews – Feb.18: Goodbye, fish and chips: National Food Survey data reveals changing trends in British dining
Consumption of tea, baked beans and sliced bread has fallen since 1974 while takeaway food, pizza, pasta and fruit became more popular
In homes and cafes across the country, a cup of tea, baked beans on toast and fish and chips have long played a key role in the British dining experience.
But the extent of a change in tastes over the generations has been captured in a dataset published on Thursday in the National Food Survey, which was set up in 1940 by the government after concerns about health and access to food.
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