UK: Vitamin-enhanced beer - happy to be unhealthy (COMMENT)
UK authorities have suggested adding vitamins to beer, to protect against brain disease. Consumers are used to their food being manipulated to make it healthier: fat is removed, vitamins and minerals added. But that does not mean they are complacent, and certainly not willing to forgo freedom of choice. The furore stirred up by Scotland's plans for vitamin-enhanced beer demonstrates just how swift and forthright the opposition to ill-judged ideas can be.
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