Fussy eaters are bolder outside home

3rd September 2010 at 01:00

School dinners are encouraging fussy eaters to try new food, according to a survey. Four out of five parents quizzed said their children have tried new foods at school that they refuse at home, a poll by the School Food Trust revealed this week. This contradicts a study last year which suggested parents made packed lunches because they worried their children would not eat school dinners.

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