Want to Eat More Produce? Consider Where You Put It

In our house, we use the phrase, “Food is for eating.” I can hardly be irritated when someone eats the last apple, banana, or pepper, because if my family sees the food on the counter, I want them to eat it! And seeing it may be one of the best ways to get them to eat it.

Let's look at the impact of visibility in shopping habits as an example.

A simple research experiment at Warwick’s ...

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