'We just can’t get enough chicken - but is it value for money?'
There's no harm for us all to look at how spend our money on food - and whether our diet is varied enough, writes Gillian Nelis
Do you feel like chicken tonight? I suspect you’re not alone.
The Irish, it seems, just can’t get enough chicken. It is everywhere: in the sandwiches we make for our children to bring to school, in the salad bars we go to at lunchtime, in the chip shops we call into on the way home from the pub, and on pretty much every restaurant menu in the country.
Little wonder, then,...
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