Even carrots, milk and apple juice tasted better to the kids when
they were wrapped in the familiar packaging of the Golden Arches.
The study had youngsters sample identical McDonald’s foods in
name-brand and unmarked wrappers. The unmarked foods always lost the
“You see a McDonald’s label and kids start salivating,” said Diane
Levin, a childhood development specialist who campaigns against
advertising to kids. She had no role in the research.
This is just sick. But unsurprising.