I think the debate is still heating up with middle class health experts saying that poor people are eating unhealthy food leading to obesity in children. Yes we know. Why
tell us what we already know?
Before we get to the heart of the debate we all know that people on low income are regulars at local fish and chips, pizza fast food,
curry, Iya Festus mamaput, Lidl, AldI, Iceland et al. I don't think you will see many rich people in these places as you would in up market supermarkets like Waitrose, Whole food stores, Marks & Spencers, Harrods and Selfridges food halls where rich healthy
food are sold, right? Where you shop says a lot about you.
What did these health experts expect? Of course children from poor 'sink' council estates are
unlikely to lead healthy lifestyle. Children whose parents are on low-paid jobs, work long hours shift work, don't have time to cook surely cannot afford to buy healthy nutrituous food.