£1 does not go a long way
IN the Third World, people have to try to live on a food budget of £1 per day.
If they visited Peterborough, a family-of-four would have to pool together all of their budgets to buy a single hot dog from London Road stadium.
It costs a Posh fan £ . 0 to buy a hot dog, while pies, pasties and sausage rolls all cost £2.80.
It would take two of the 1.4 billion people living in poverty to club together to buy bovril or soup, which costs £2.
The only thing they could purchase with their daily budget is a packet of McCoys crisps or a chocolate bar, which cost £1 each.
BLAND: Sarah’s meal ingredients.