It turns out your local fish and chip shop might not be covering your food with a hearty splash of real vinegar
Sometimes there's nothing better than finishing work on a Friday night and swinging by your local chippie to treat yourself to an easy dinner - be it a piece of plaice, cod, a pie or a battered sausage.
The same goes for grabbing a portion of chips to enjoy at the end of a day by the seaside.
But when staff in the shop hand over your order, do you instantly smother your food in salt and vinegar? If the answer is yes, we're about to tell you something that might shock you.
It turns out the 'vinegar' served in your local fish and chip shop probably isn't real vinegar, reports WalesOnline.