Should the food industry sneak vegetables into food?
from The New York Times
Puréed spinach in brownies. "Red velvet" pancakes made from beets. Oatmeal cookies with cauliflower bits. There are hundreds of creative ways to sneak fruits and vegetables past the wrinkled noses of even the pickiest children. Whether you think this sort of culinary subterfuge is a great idea or a troubling violation of a child's trust, it's understandable that some parents do it. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nine out of 10 American kids aren't eating enough vegetables, and six out of 10 don't get enough fruit.
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