See this orange thing here on the left? It's exactly what it says on the caption. People in Britain know this. They're also geographically and economically well able to purchase quantities of same for inclusion in their diets, along with other fresh vegetables and also fruits. Significantly, this is as true for low-earners as for any every other kind, according to the Food Standards Agency in their recent report. It is also true that low earners are no more likely to fail to consume healthy amounts of fresh fruit and veg than anyone else. However, the same survey also discovered that people on low incomes smoke more, drink more, take less exercise and consume more soft drinks, whole milk and sugar. What exactly does all this tell us? I've yet to read the full report, but my tentative conclusion is that adopting good habits is hard for everyone but giving up harmful ones is harder when your whole life is harder too.