When a piece of fruit is sliced, kids are more likely to choose and eat it. That’s a concept that’s been tested and proven by Cornell University’s Food and Brand Lab. One K-12 operator recently learned about this and decided to put it to the test at Forest Hill High School in West Palm Beach, FL. Sure enough, it worked like a charm. So why don’t kids like to take a whole orange or apple? A study by Cornell University’s Food and Brand Lab researchers Brian ...

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