OPINION: You know you’re on to something when Nigella Lawson and the United Nations agree with you. It started innocently enough. My brother visiting Australia from the UK opened a packet of Smiths chicken chips. His excited face fell when he realised that, in Australia, green means chicken flavour. READ MORE:Rugby World Cup: We taste test all the All Blacks branded food so you don’t have toTested: Simply 7 Lentil Chips – Sea SaltFood review: Proper Hand Cooked CrispsNigella Lawson slammed for dish of tomatoes and salad creamAlmost half of snack food products labelled as ‘natural’ considered unhealthy Yes, he should have read the packet. But we do eat instinctively with our eyes as well as our mouths. Green should never be associated with poultry. Green should mean Cheese and Onion. I understood that this opinion didn’t have a Paris Agreement level of importance but I felt passionate. I consequently shared my thought on Twitter that chip packet colours should have an international flavour standard. I also suggested that this standard should be policed by a global organisation. What followed would warm the heart of even the most sour, carb-phobic Atkins devotee. From all four corners of this earth came a vat… Read full this story
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