Why it’s time to bring greater transparency to the contents of foods that we consume

All too often nowadays,we don’t consume foods in their natural state - and the extra ingredients could spell danger to us and our children

29th April, 2018
Much of the food we now consume has been invented by food technologists in factories Pic: iStock

At Superquinn, we were the first to introduce in-store bakeries in our supermarkets. Apart from creating a wonderful aroma in the shop, it also introduced customers to a more continental style of bread which was freshly baked each day.

In more recent years, we have seen artisan bakeries become more popular in towns and cities (though we still don’t have enough of them). One of the more entertaining, though baffling, aspects of the snow which...

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