Gastrophysics: Nudging consumers toward eating more leafy (salad) greens

@article{Spence2020GastrophysicsNC,
  title={Gastrophysics: Nudging consumers toward eating more leafy (salad) greens},
  author={C. Spence},
  journal={Food Quality and Preference},
  year={2020},
  volume={80},
  pages={103800}
}
  • C. Spence
  • Published 2020
  • Psychology
  • Food Quality and Preference
Abstract According to nutritional recommendations, the majority of us should be eating more leafy (salad) greens in order to maintain a healthier and more balanced diet. Yet the overwhelming evidence suggests that despite widespread publicity, most people consistently fail to meet the guidelines. This review assesses the multisensory appeal of leafy (salad) greens at various stages of the consumer journey from initial purchase in store through presentation in a dish/meal, and eventual… Expand
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