The British consumer is eating slightly more bacon now than in 1990. Per capita consumption for 1999 was 7.9kg, against 7.7kg in 1990. This figure has been reasonably stable for the last decade, ranging between 8.1kg in 1998 and 7.3kg in 1992. The difference comes in where it is eaten. TNS Sofres Superpanel {{FOCUS SPECIALS }}

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