Making Healthy Foods the Default Menu Dupes People Into Eating Better

If you serve it, they will eat it—or at least that seems to be a take-away from a new study on healthy menu options published in an upcoming issue of the Journal of the Association for Consumer Research.

Source: Making healthy foods the default menu dupes people into eating better

Not surprising. The default effect at work.

It’s also hard to make judgements based on data from a Disney theme park. It’s something that’s far out of the norm, and people tend to spend a lot more money there, and tend to eat things they wouldn’t normally eat.

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