It’s a very quiet day in the papers for food and drink news – aside from the mass outpouring of schadenfreude after Iceland finally sacked Kerry Katona as its public, erm, face.
In other news, the Financial Times reports on a likely spike in citrus prices in the US.
After yesterday’s controversy over whether processed meat gives you bowel cancer, more bad news for the ham sandwich lobby – the Telegraph has news of a study that says bread might contain more folic acid than is strictly good for us. And too much folic acid gives you – that’s right – bowel cancer.
Meanwhile, today’s 'implausible health benefits' story in the Daily Mail - news that eating kiwi fruits can help lower blood pressure.
And that’s pretty much it.