SO WILL YOU STOP BUYING VIENNAS?
THERE WAS a mixed reaction from shoppers on Golders Green Road to the report when the JC sought views.
David Howard, 21, from Kingsbury, said: “You read all these kind of things all the time and you just don’t know what to believe and what not to. For me, it will have no effect.”
Sharon Tannen, 21, from Hendon, commented: “I personally don’t like meat, but if something meaty was my favourite thing, I would still eat it in spite of this.”
Leon Manson, 57, from Golders Green, was in favour of the report’s findings: “I do eat viennas and worsht some of the time, but I try to limit how much I eat them because I know how bad they are for you. I agree with the report 100 per cent.”
Alan Deal, 54, from Finchley, added: “I’m not a huge eater of those meats and so it won’t have a huge impact on my life. But I would advise people to take it easy with preserved meat.”
Bruni Gourlay, 63, from Hertfordshire, commented: “I would continue eating them, but more cautiously. They now feel like sweets — you have to be careful.”
Claudia Abelheim, 24, from Golders Green, added: “These days everything gives you cancer. If we followed all these guidelines, what would we eat? Carrots and lettuce?”