Study: Visual appeal boosts fruit consumption

05/5/2010 | FoodNavigator

In a study, children ate twice as much fruit when it was cut into visually appealing shapes. The findings could help food makers as they address growing pressure to offer healthier foods to youngsters, the researchers say.

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