Prague, Jan 21 (CTK) – Czechs eat more fruit, vegetables, pasta and poultry than in 1990 and the figures from other spheres of life, too, show that their lives have changed for the better, according to a case study released by the KPMG consultancy company yesterday.Czechs also drink more wine and spirits than in 1990, the study, that collected statistical data and results of various polls between 1990 and 2015, has said.Czechs eat less meat. Instead of 100 kilograms a year at the beginning of the study period, now they eat less than 80.Much more than before they prefer poultry whose consumption roughly doubled to the current 25 kilograms a year.Czechs eat about 70 kilograms of potatoes, 10 kilograms lessContinue Reading