The BBC tells me that kids don't know where pasties and haggis come from.
Not being shy of a pie or two when I was wee aside, I was brought up to know where my food came from by age 8 -
"Of 1,000 children in England aged between eight and 13, 54% did not know pasties come from Cornwall and 57% did not know haggis originates in Scotland."
Consider this along with kids not knowing that chips come from potatoes, and that bacon and sausages come from pigs on farms...
I was going to rant about kids not being taught by their parents about where their dinner comes from, until I realised that the parents are as thick as pigshit as well.
The Beeb ran an article in June telling us that 22% out of the 1073 adults asked did not know that bacon and sausages come from farms... (And they have a cute picture of a bacon roll to be).
If adults don't know where their food is coming from, then there's really not much hope for us. Bring on the Soylent Green.