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Why British Teenagers don’t like eating fruit and vegetables Иванов Андрей ученик 7М класса МБУ лицей №6 г. о. Тольятти Russian and British teenagers have the same eating habits : they prefer junk food rather than healthy food. ‘ Before school : glass of blackcurrant squash, bottle of Coke, packet of crisps, few biscuits . At school : sandwich, two chocolate biscuits, glass of orange juice After school : microwavable chips, pizza, three drinks of Coke . ’ An English primary school asked the pupils to keep a food diary and this is what one nine - year - old boy wrote : Gone are the days when children were thrilled with excitement at the thought of Christmas treats like oranges and tangerines or simple desserts like rice pudding . Nowadays any fruit and vegetables under the sun can be bought in supermarkets all the year round . There is only one problem with that – fruit and vegetables that are bought out of season have very little taste . On the contrary, sugar drinks like Coke and numerous varieties of flavoured crisps are full of flavour - and chemical additives! Also, most British mums of today work full time and the last thing they want to do when they get home is cook . Supermarkets are here to ‘help’ – pre - packaged and ready - made meals have filled their shelves . As a result, many schoolchildren would rather go hungry than eat fruit or vegetables instead of the more familiar crisps, burgers and chips . Of course, there are many families where kids still eat healthy food but the problem is certainly serious . A typical English breakfast 20 years ago Britain’s most popular meal nowadays Sad facts A recent survey showed that : • One in ten in Britain eats no fruit • 50% drink no fruit juice • 6 out of 10 kids eat no vegetables • 1 child in 10 is overweight • 1 child in 25 is obese • Over 40% of girls aged 14 and 15 go to school without eating breakfast because they want to look like fashion models and pop stars DID YOU KNOW? Scientists say that if you want to stay healthy you should eat five different portions of fruit vegetables every day . Fresh, dried, frozen fruit and veg – all count . Со nclusion Today many people in Great Britain want food to be quick and easy . «Ready made meals» from supermarkets and Marks and Spencer and take - away meals from fast - food restaurants are very popular . Fish and chips is the classic English take - away food . Sugar drinks like Coke and numerous varieties of flavoured crisps are full of flavour - and chemical additives! As a result, many schoolchildren would rather go hungry than eat fruit or vegetables instead of the more familiar crisps, burgers and chips .