Growing interest in “home brewing” comes as part of a change in consumption with people moving away from pre-packed “marketised science”, to instead seek out their own personal, experiential and enlightened paths to wellness. Sauerkraut is leading a food revolution, asserts James Croninlecturer in marketing and consumer behaviour, Lancaster University.
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