A new poll suggests how confused the British youngsters are about food

A new poll conducted by the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) has seen that British youngsters are confused about the origin of the food.

Around three out of five seven-year-olds had the assumption that cheese came from plants. 22 per cent of the children from five to seven even assumed that prawns came from plants.

Apart from this, the children had misconceptions about how tomato grew, how pasta was made and a string of other things. The poll has clearly exposed the confusions that exists among children and it would be interesting to see what next step will be made to rectify the issue.


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