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The Grower Reports on UMaine Student’s Colored Vegetable Study

The Grower reported on a study being conducted by Kelly Koss, a University of Maine student pursuing a master’s degree in food science and human nutrition. Koss is seeking 100 children to take part in her research that will test whether they are more apt to eat a vegetable that is a novel, bright color, such as purple potatoes or orange cauliflower.

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