Fewer than one in three British families now sit down to a Sunday roast ©123RF
Fewer than one in three British families now sit down to a Sunday roast ©123RF

Will the roast soon be toast?

20 February 2017

Health scares, changing lifestyles and poor marketing are hurting sales of the British institution.

The last thing the traditional Sunday roast needed was a story suggesting that overcooked roast potatoes could cause cancer by damaging our DNA.

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