It’s hard to imagine a better advert for eating healthily than the fruit and veg stalls at Leeds Kirkgate Market.
Their multi-coloured array of the freshest produce is piled high, while on at the fishmongers’ row nearby, a selection wider than can be found at any supermarket is gleaming in ice.
So it’s fitting that the market is the location for a special shopping tour on offer in Leeds.
Leading the keen shoppers is community dietitian Rachel Vine, whose knowledge isn’t just of the best bargains – though there are plenty – but of how to shop more healthily.
She runs the Shop to Get Fitter tours, which take place once a month.
Anyone can sign up for one of the free hour-long tours, though they are especially aimed at people with long-term conditions such as heart disease or stroke.
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