Study: Cafeteria presentation can influence students' choices

04/3/2013 | National Public Radio

Cafeteria makeovers that include simple changes in food presentation and layout may encourage students to select healthier fare, according to a recent study. Strategies, such as offering young students bite-sized apples and serving vegetables as part of a main dish instead of a side, prompted more students to choose healthy foods, study authors found.

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