TRADERS at Bolton Market have hit out at claims that eating healthily is too expensive.
Public health experts said parents were choosing “cheap food that is filling but not nutritious” and have called on the government to act.
Professor John Ashton, president of the UK Faculty of Public Health (FPH), said: “Children are going hungry in the UK. They may not be eating gruel but their parents are having to choosing cheap food that is filling but not nutritious.
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