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@rattymouse: Yes, things are very clearly labelled in the UK. There has been a good amount of progression in this area over the past few years, focusing mostly on where food is sourced (eg is it from the UK, is it local, is it sustainable), how it is sourced (eg: is it ethically sourced) and the ingredients (be it actual fat/salt content, or whether it is suitable for people with specific requirements eg: vegetarian, gluten free).
I do occasionally venture out side . Yes, we do eat out as well. Perhaps different for us though, but things like pork fat, fish source, oyster sauce are not common in non Asian-type foods. If we're eating Italian, Spanish, or just something seasonal (meaning vaguely English-French-Italian food) it's very easy to see whether meat is used or not. There are things you're familiar with (eg parmesan) that you just avoid, or ask for something else. It's not difficult, but I can understand how it might be different elsewhere.
I'm pleased a Leica discussion as tilted towards something I have an opinion about for a change, rather than just watches