Children’s Tastes Develop Early

“Children’s ideas about the foods they enjoy are formed very early, according to a University of Birmingham study. Psychologists there have found that babies weaned on rusks are more likely to go on to prefer beige foods, such as crisps and chips, later in life.”
From BBC News



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Published: 23 March 2005

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