Focusgroepdiscussies over pizza en groentesalade met kinderen van 10-12 jaar: resultaten en aanbevelingen voor productontwikkeling

A.M. Janssen, N.T.E. Holthuysen, D.A.J.M. Stijnen, G.G. Zeinstra, M.N. Vrijhof

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    Abstract

    In the Netherlands, the consumption of fruit and vegetables is too low among children. One of the main reasons is that children often do not like to eat vegetables. The focus in the project Healthy food for kids - Kids University was to measure children’s product experience of (more) healthy vegetable foods and to translate gained knowledge into food concepts high in vegetable content developed for children aged 10-12 years. In this report, results of the research aiming to better understand factors that are important for children when eating pizza and vegetable salad, is described. Another goal was to determine what choices children make when they compose their own pizza or vegetable salad.
    Original languageDutch
    Place of PublicationWageningen
    PublisherFBR
    Number of pages86
    ISBN (Print)9789461739858
    Publication statusPublished - 2014

    Publication series

    NameRapport / Wageningen UR Food & Biobased Research
    No.1449

    Keywords

    • children
    • perception
    • pizzas
    • vegetables
    • salads
    • food consumption
    • consumption patterns
    • nutrition and health
    • product development
    • netherlands

    Cite this

    Janssen, A. M., Holthuysen, N. T. E., Stijnen, D. A. J. M., Zeinstra, G. G., & Vrijhof, M. N. (2014). Focusgroepdiscussies over pizza en groentesalade met kinderen van 10-12 jaar: resultaten en aanbevelingen voor productontwikkeling. (Rapport / Wageningen UR Food & Biobased Research; No. 1449). Wageningen: FBR.