Children loose the taste for ‘real food’

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Children loose the taste for ‘real food’

With fast food, ready meals, additives and artificial flavours, children are losing their appetite for ‘real food’.

That's what researchers behind a new report out this morning say. 

It found that engineered food is leading to some children growing up thinking chicken doesn't have bones or apples don't have cores.

Greg Tucker a Taste Psychologist and Charlie O'Brien a blogger and mother to explain more.

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