Subliminal clues surround every food choice we make. Whether that is plate size, who we are with, or the order in which we eat, we tend to eat more or less based on the context of the eating situation. Tune in to hear A Taste of the Past’s Linda Pelaccio speak with Brian Wansink from Cornell’s Food and Brand Lab about using principles of behavioral science to change consumption habits.

Listen to the full episode here.

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