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Food memories, food intake and food choice Implications for product development

SUZANNE HIGGS

University of Birmingham, School of Psychology, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2TT, United Kingdom

Abstract

When we eat, we store information in memory about consumed foods. This information is recalled later to guidedecisions about what foods to eat and how much to eat. Recent research suggests that remembered satiety andremembered enjoyment of foods play a role in food intake and food choice. This review briefly highlights this research anddiscusses the implications for food product development.


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