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Brits love spices survey shows

Many Brits add spices to their food

A growing number of Brits could be looking to sample inspirational recipes packed with plenty of spices.

This is because, according to new research from Walkers Sensations, 80 per cent of those living in the UK like to try food from more exotic locations.

In particular, spices were found to be a particular favourite, as 43 per cent of respondents said they add hot sauce or chilli to their dishes at least once a week.

Those in the 25-34 age group were the greatest lovers of introducing a bit of a kick to their meals, while 30 per cent said they enjoy more and more spicy food as they get older.

Adriana Ribeiro, marketing director for Walkers Sharing Brands, said: "The British are known for their passion for food and it's great to see them embracing exotic and spicy flavours."

What's more, consuming such ingredients could be good for a person's wellbeing, as doctor of naturopathy and certified nurse midwife Catherine Stack recently told Niagara Gazette that turmeric is a an antioxidant and "powerful" anti-inflammatory.

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