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Traffic light colors increase sensitivity to health

(University of Bonn) Which products end up in your shopping basket? If the packaging information also features food traffic light colors, fewer products are chosen purely based on taste and more based on health aspects compared with nutritional information purely in percentages and grams. This has been shown in a study by researchers at the University of Bonn, which is now being published in the journal Judgment and Decision Making.
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