A new study from across the pond says children have a more sophisticated pallet when it comes to food than their parents.
Across the UK, quinoa, sushi, olives, and chilli are becoming staples in kids’ lunches. Grocery retailer Asda has found that 73 percent of kids under the age of ten are fed worldly and adventurous foods. According to their findings, it wouldn’t be surprising to find children snacking on wasabi peas in the old schoolyard.
Are you buying these findings? Do your kids eat adventurous foods?