People eat vegetables if they have trendy labels. Researchers found that vegetable went up by 25% if they had trendy-sounding . They did their on 600 at a university . They labelled vegetable dishes in different ways. Some had a "basic" label (with just the "carrots"). There were two types of "health" labels and a label. An of the trendy label was "twisted citrus-glazed carrots".
Researchers created a choice to see how the labels were. They used many vegetables in their . They used names like " chilli" and "tangy lime-seasoned beets". They said the with the trendy labels were 25% more than with the "basic" labels, and 41% more popular than those with labels. A researcher said: "Labels really can influence our experience, affecting how …we think food will be."