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[英伦广角] 2013-11-09 金融危机致使英国人转吃垃圾食物

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Junk Food: Families Bought More In Recession


Research by the Institute for Fiscal Studies shows families are spending less but buying fattier foods in their shops.

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[Homework]2013-11-09 金融危机致使英国人转吃垃圾食物

- shall we put those and cook down in the later. yeah.   
for the British family like many others, the weekly shopped of the object,and well, fresh  is on the list, it may sometimes on the items a left off .   
- what are we
- no yeah. we
- yeah definitely
- we definitely know to someway this and increasing the cost of  food  particularly * food vegetables. isn't it ? i am short now. we do we all value well**over them with ** housely as we can do.
the friendless piadase fresh produces that arising food prices of 33% of six years has * for the thousand further families the healthy items are the first to go and people are buying less food. Figures from a new report shows the average households spend per adults was 102 pounds a month between 2005 and 2007, but this found by 4 pounds to 98 pounds of the recession stroke in 2008 and though even further by 30%  from 2010 to 2012.  
- the price of folten vegetables was growing at quite rates in the price of processed food not may be one reason why we see the switch wiphon fresh produce that towards processed calories.
- so it is per strenth of titened the quality of Phillepean body suffered. families with young children are unpassionated with a worst taste. shoppers though said they always around the rising cost buying fresh.
- Though got market, when i am going to get more fresh vegetables food than chocolates
- if you look, you can get fresh style but it is just jamily the whole bill.
- no, it is not another table concentrate on shopping around, looking and * there
essentially, it is eating less but eating worse until as for the eating healthily. it is about * and world recession being blamed this time regardless GDP. they concern it is that  health may take longer to recover.
   quality. Adall Robenson Sky news.

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[Homework]2013-11-09 金融危机致使英国人转吃垃圾食物

- shall we put those and cook down in the later. yeah.   
for the British family like many others, the weekly shopped of the object,and well, fresh  is on the list, it may sometimes on the items a left off .   
- what are we
- no yeah. we
- yeah definitely
- we definitely know to someway this and increasing the cost of  food  particularly * food vegetables. isn't it ? i am short now. we do we all value well**over them with ** housely as we can do.
the friendless piadase fresh produces that arising food prices of 33% of six years has * for the thousand further families the healthy items are the first to go and people are buying less food. Figures from a new report shows the average households spend per adults was 102 pounds a month between 2005 and 2007, but this found by 4 pounds to 98 pounds of the recession stroke in 2008 and though even further by 30%  from 2010 to 2012.  
- the price of folten vegetables was growing at quite rates in the price of processed food not may be one reason why we see the switch wiphon fresh produce that towards processed calories.
- so it is per strenth of titened the quality of Phillepean body suffered. families with young children are unpassionated with a worst taste. shoppers though said they always around the rising cost buying fresh.
- Though got market, when i am going to get more fresh vegetables food than chocolates
- if you look, you can get fresh style but it is just jamily the whole bill.
- no, it is not another table concentrate on shopping around, looking and * there
essentially, it is eating less but eating worse until as for the eating healthily. it is about * and world recession being blamed this time regardless GDP. they concern it is that  health may take longer to recover.
   quality. Adall Robenson Sky news.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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Homework:

Shall we put those in the cupboard down there for later? Here?
Does bread go in the fridge?
For the Brantley family, like many others, the weekly shop is often on a budget.
That’s what we got.
And while fresh fruit and veg is on the list, it’s meant sometimes other items are left off.

We don't go for the brand names as what we would have
No, yeah, we’ll probably go for the supermarkets’ own.
Own brands, yeah, yeah, definitely.
We’ve definitely noticed someway there’s an increase in the cost of food, particularly, I’d say food and vegetables, isn’t it?
Yeah, yeah, yeah, definitely.
And when we shop now, we do, we are very aware, obviously, that we try and eat as healthy as we can do.

The Brantley’s’ prioritize fresh produce, but a rise in food prices of 33% over 6 years has meant for thousands of other families the healthy items are the first to go, and people are buying less food.

Figures from a new report show, the average household spend per adult was £102/month between 2005 and 2007, but this fell by £4 to £98 as the recession stroke in 2008 and fell even further by £8.70 to £93.30 from 2010 50 2012.

The price of fruits and vegetables has grown at quicker rates than the price of processed food. And that may be one reason why we see the switch away from fresh produce, like fruits and vegetables towards processed calories.

So as purse strings have tightened, the quality of food being bought suffered, families with young children and pensioners are worst hit. Shoppers though say there are ways around the rising cost of buying fresh.

So I go to the market, it’s where I can go and get a little more fresh veg and fruits, because these are cheaper than what the shops, the big stores are.

If you look, you can get the fresh stuff still, but it’s just generally the whole bill, it’s gone considerably up.  

No, there’s not enough payable, concentrate enan, shopping around, looking and it ain’t there.

Essentially, it appears we’re eating less, but eating worse. And often as for the Brantley’s’, eating healthily is about prioritizing, and while the recession’s being blamed this time, regardless of GDP, the concern is that our health may take even longer to recover.

Adel Robinson, Sky News,
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"Shall we put those in the cupboard down there for later? Yeah?"

“Does bread
go in the fridge?”

For the Bruntlett family, like other families, the weekly shop is often on a budget.

“That’s what we’ve got.”

And while fresh fruit and veg is on the list, it’s meant sometimes other items are left off.

“We don't go for the brand names as what we would have.”

“No, yeah, we’ll probably go for the supermarkets’ own.”


“Own brands, yeah, yeah, definitely.”

“We’ve definitely noticed someway there’s an increase in the cost of food, particularly, I’d say food and vegetables, isn’t it?”

“Yeah, yeah, definitely.”

“And when we shot now, we do, we are very aware, obviously, that we try and eat as healthily as we can do.”

The Bruntlett’s prioritize fresh produce, but a rise in food prices of 33% over 6 years has meant for thousands of other families the healthy items are the first to go, and people are buying less food.

Figures from a new report show the average household spent per adult was £102 a month between 2005 and 2007. But this fell by £4 to £98 as the recession stroke in 2008, and fell even further by £8.70 to £93.30 from 2010 to 2012.

“The price of fruit of vegetables has grown at quicker rates than the price of processed food. And that may be one reason why we see the switch away from fresh produce, like fruits and vegetables towards processed calories.”

So as purse strings have tightened, the quality of food being bought suffered, families with young children and pensioners are worst hit. Shoppers though say there are ways around the rising cost of buying fresh.

“So I go to the market, it’s where I can go and get a little more fresh veg and fruits, because these are cheaper than what the shops, the big stores are.”

“If you look, you can get the fresh stuff still, but it’s just generally the whole bill, it’s gone considerably up.”

“No, it’s not enough payable, concentrate in earn, shopping around, looking and it isn’t there.”

Essentially, it appears we’re eating less, but eating worse. And often as for the Bruntlett’s’, eating healthily is about prioritizing, and while the recession’s being blamed this time, regardless of GDP, the concern is that our health may take even longer to recover.

Adel Robinson, Sky News,

[Homework]2013-11-09 金融危机致使英国人转吃垃圾食物

shall we cook those in the  * done that for later. * going in the fridge.
For the Brunch family, like of those the weekly shop is on the budget. and while fresh fruits and veg is on the list, it meant that some times other items are left off.
*
oh,yes, we go to the * markets.
*, yes, definately.
we definately noticed some * , the increase of the cost of food. particularly * food and vegetables, isn't it.
yes. definately.
among shop now, we do, we * aware of chinese * as we can do.
The Brund prioritise the fresh produce, but the rise in food price in 33% over six years, has meant for thousands of other families of healthy items are the first to go, and people are buying less food. Figures from a new report show that the average household spent per adult was 102 pounds a month between 2005 and 2007. But this fell by four pounds to 98 as the recession stroke in 2008. and fell even further by 8.70 to 93. 30 from 2010 to 2012.
The price of food and vegetable are grown at a * in the price of processed food. there is one reason why we see the * fresh produce like vegetables * process *.
So as per * has tightened, the quality of food has been suffered. Families with young children and pension are worst hit. Shoppers say they always around the rising cost of buying fresh.
I go to market, get more  fresh and fruits because it is more cheaper than the shop.
if you look, you can get fresh stuff still, it's generally the whole bill, it's considerably not.
There are not enough people concentrate on, shopping around, looking and it's there.
Essentially it appears to be eating less but eating worse. and for the Bruntlates eating heathily is about prioritising. and world recession is being blamed this time, regardless of GDP. and the concern is that our health may even take longer to recover.
I'm Diana Robinson from Sky News.
                                                   
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we definitely know to someway this and increasing the cost of  food  particularly * food vegetables. isn't it ? i am short now. we do we all value well**over them with * as we can do.
the friendless * fresh produces that arising food prices of 33% of six years has * for the thousand further families the healthy items are the first to go and people are buying less food. Figures from a new report shows the average households spend per adults was 102 pounds a month between 2005 and 2007, but this found by 4 pounds to 98 pounds of the recession stroke in 2008 and though even further by 30%  from 2010 to 2012.  
- the price of * vegetables was growing at quite rates in the price of processed food not may be one reason why we see the switch  fresh produce that towards processed calories.
- so it is per strength of * the quality of * body suffered. families with young children are unpassionate with a worst taste. shoppers though said they always around the rising cost buying fresh.
- Though got market, when i am going to get more fresh vegetables food than chocolates
- if you look, you can get fresh style but it is just the whole bill.
- no, it is not another table concentrate on shopping around, looking and * there
essentially, it is eating less but eating worse until as for the eating healthily. it is about * and world recession being blamed this time regardless GDP. they concern it is that  health may take longer to recover.
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[Homework]2013-11-09 金融危机致使英国人转吃垃圾食物

- shall we put those and cook down in the later. yeah.   
for the British family like many others, the weekly shopped of the object,and well, fresh friut and veg  is on the list, it may sometimes on the items a left off .   
- what are we
- no yeah. we
- yeah definitely
- we definitely know to someway this and increasing the cost of  food  particularly * food vegetables. isn't it ? I am short now. we do we all value well ...over them with ...housely as we can do.
the friendless piadase fresh produces that arising food prices of 33% of six years has * for the thousand further families the healthy items are the first to go and people are buying less food. Figures from a new report shows the average households spend per adults was 102 pounds a month between 2005 and 2007, but this found by 4 pounds to 98 pounds of the recession stroke in 2008 and though even further by 30%  from 2010 to 2012.  
- the price of folten vegetables was growing at quite rates in the price of processed food not may be one reason why we see the switch wiphon fresh produce that towards processed calories.
- so it is per strenth of titened the quality of Phillepean body suffered. families with young children are unpassionated with a worst taste. shoppers though said they always around the rising cost buying fresh.
- Though got market, when i am going to get more fresh vegetables food than chocolates
- if you look, you can get fresh style but it is just jamily the whole bill.
- no, it is not another table concentrate on shopping around, looking and it's there
essentially, it is eating less but eating worse until as for the eating healthily. it is about * and world recession being blamed this time regardless GDP. they concern it is that  health may take longer to recover.
   quality. Adall Robenson Sky news.
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[Homework]2013-11-09 金融危机致使英国人转吃垃圾食物

Shall we put those in the cupboard for later?Yeah?
Does breads go in the fridge?
Yeah.
For the Brentlet family, like many others, the weekly shopping is often on the budget.
That's what we got.
And well, fresh fruit and veg is on the list. It's meant sometimes other items are left off.
We havenot gone for brand names as what would have
No, yeah. We possible go for the supermarket's own.
Own brands,yeah.Yeah, definitely.
We've definitely noticed in someway there is an increase the cost of food, particularly, I'd say food and vegetables, it isnot?
Definitely.Yeah definitely.
When we shop now, we do, we are very aware obviously, that we eat healthily as we can do.The Brentlet's prioritize fresh produce, but a rise in food prices of 33% over 6 years has meant for thousands of other families the healthy items are the first to go.And people are buying less food.
Figures from a new report show average households spent per adult was 102 pounds a month between 2005 and 2007.But this fell by 4 pounds to 98 pounds as the recession stoke in 2009.A fell even further by 8.70 pounds to 93.30pounds from 2010 to 2012.
The price for fruit and vegetables has grown at quick rates than the price of processed food. Not may be one reason why we see a switch away from fresh produce, like fruit and vegetables, to what process calories.
So as purse strings have tightened, the quality of food being bought suffered,  families with young children and pensioners are worst case.Shopper those said there are ways around raising a cost of buying fresh.
So I go to the market where I go for more fresh fruit and food, coz. it's cheaper than what shops and stores are.
If you look, you can get fresh stuffs still, but it's generally whole bill.It's considerably up.
There is not enough to payable, concentrate in our, shopping around, looking and it's not there.
Essentially, it appears we are eating less but eating worse. And / as for Brentlets' eating healthily is about prioritizing.While the recess is being blamed this time, regardless of GDP, the concern is that our health may take longer to recover.
Adele Robinson, SKY NEWS
  



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