Picky eaters are often put off by the color of food depending on plateware. In a study, participants were given either an orange or white plate filled with either carrot or mashed potato. The results showed that those given the orange plate were significantly more likely to rate the mashed potato as tasting better than those given the white plate. This suggests that the color of plateware can influence how food tastes to picky eaters.
Although the findings of this study are interesting, it is important to note that they may not be generalizable to all picky eaters. Further research is needed to determine whether the color of plateware consistently affects how food tastes to picky eaters.
A new study has shown that picky eaters are put off by food depending on plateware color. The study, conducted by the University of Lincoln, found that those who are choosy about what they eat are more likely to be influenced by the color of the plate than those who are not.
The study used two groups of participants, one of which was given a dish of food on a white plate, while the other was given the same dish on a blue plate. The participants were then asked to rate the food on a scale of one to seven, with one being the least favorable and seven being the most favorable.
The results showed that the participants who were given the food on the white plate rated the food as being more favorable than those who were given the food on the blue plate. The study also found that the participants who were given the food on the blue plate were more likely to say that they would not eat the food again.
This study shows that the color of the plate can influence how much someone enjoys the food that they are eating. It also shows that picky eaters are more likely to be put off by food if it is served on a plate that is not their favorite color.