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Previous studies are said to have shown that packaging, labelling and the texture of a cup or plate can alter people's perception of food, but a new study has looked at how a food product itself can be perceived differently depending on its appearance.
A report published in The Lancet, in cooperation with the World Health Organization, has outlined how a crossover of global malnutrition and obesity, due to changing food systems, requires action from across the whole food system.
Some premium tea bags leave billions of invisible microscopic plastic particles after being heated, new research suggests.