Study: Supersized meals boost sense of importance

04/17/2012 | Huffington Post, The

People enjoy supersizing their meals because larger food may convey a sense of status and importance, according to a new study. "At a behavioral level, larger packages of familiar and branded products encourage more use than smaller packages, without consumers being aware that package size is affecting their consumption levels," the study says.

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