My default mode in regard to Scotland's relationship with food is one of despair.
We have some of the best produce in the world but too many people eat garbage. Their diet is dictated by supermarket chains. Have a look at the shelves heaving with unimaginable quantities of biscuits, crisps and fizzy drinks. There are healthy options if you hunt for them. Mackerel fillets on the reduced shelf because few folk buy them. Even organic chicken breast instead of chicken nuggets. But so many of the shopping trolleys are filled with processed food.
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