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Shopper’s habits changing in light of horsemeat scandal

Shopper’s habits changing in light of horsemeat scandal A consumer group survey has shown that more than half of all UK consumers have changed their shopping habits. This comes after the nationwide horsemeat scandal. The survey completed by Which? states that of the 2000 adults who answered the online questions 60% have now changed their shopping habits. These people are now buying products with less processed meat in order to avoid possible horsemeat consumption. The survey has also suggested that the public’s trust in the food industry has greatly declined since the scandal first came to light. Processed beef products across Europe have shown traces of horsemeat. This has raised a number of questions regarding the food chain and the food industries control. The executive of Which? Richard

End to cheap alcohol sales vows David Cameron

End to cheap alcohol sales vows David Cameron MPs have been told by David Cameron that he will ‘deal with’ the sale of cheap alcohol in England and Wales. This statement come after the 45p per unit minimum alcohol pricing was planned to be thrown out. Calls from Tory MPs like Sarah Wollaston state that the PM should stay on course and that the plan will reduce early deaths and crime rates. Mr Cameron said that ‘20p cans of larger’ had to change and that the government was waiting for the results of a consultation. Labour leader Ed Miliband has attacked Mr Cameron over his U-turn asking MPs whether ‘there is anything he could organise in a brewery?’ In response to this Mr Cameron stated he would like to host a party in a brewery to celebrate Ed Balls’ continued presence