Brits are more becoming more adventurous with their food choices

Brits are more becoming more adventurous with their food choices

A study has revealed that six out of Britons belive that they are adventurous with their food choices, and nine out of ten agree that variety is important in food.

The survey, which was carried out by drinks company Rubicon, found that six out of ten of those questioned preferred exotic fruits, with eight out of ten people saying that they enjoyed mango best.

Only a few years ago, many food we eat now would have been considered unusual, and our change in diet is being put down to many people having holidays abroad, the influence of TV chefs, and people eating out more at foreign cuisine restaurants.

Dr Christy, the UK’s leading food psychologist and TV nutritionist, comments “No matter what your personality type, trying new things is always exciting and people are increasingly moving away from a tiny repertoire of foods and drinks they regularly enjoy.

"Eating and drinking the same things week by week can quickly get boring and exotic fruits and juices, with their amazing colours and variety of flavours are a great way to have fun with food. ”

Emily Bancroft


by for www.malextra.com


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