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Locked down shoppers turn to vegetables, shun ready meals
by Francesco Guarascio and Clement Rossignol
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13 May 2020
On 13 May 2020 Reuters reported:
Shoppers cut spending on ready-made meals and bought more fruit and vegetables, turning to healthier eating during coronavirus lockdowns, preliminary results of a research project showed. As they deserted offices and cooked at home, shoppers cut purchases of microwaveable food in all the countries surveyed -- Australia, Belgium, Chile, Uganda, the Netherlands, France, Austria, Greece, Canada, Brazil, and Ireland.
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