Impact on Urban Health

Low-income households are spending £250 million more a year on some of the unhealthiest food and drink categories than higher-earning families, new research has revealed.
Low-income households are spending £250 million more a year on some of the unhealthiest food and drink categories than higher-earning families, new research has revealed.

Low-income households spend £250m more a year on unhealthy food

Low-income households are spending £250 million more a year on some of the unhealthiest food and drink categories than higher-earning families, new research has revealed. According to a report from…
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