Poorer households "must spend over a third of income on food to stay healthy"

Low-income households need to spend at least one-third of their take-home income to buy a representative basket of healthy food, a Northern Ireland study has found.

by Gavin McEwan
Image: epSos.de
Image: epSos.de

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