Your plate arrives. The delicious aroma wafts toward you before you even see the dish. Your mouth waters.

Placed down, your eyes absorb the portion in front of you, the blend of colors, and the quality of ingredients. You sense the heat from the plate, hear the sizzle of food, and your stomach gurgles in anticipation.

No question that the sight of a tasty meal can kickstart our appetite. This fact is well exploited by food marketers who often promote products with compelling food photographs—large, hyper-coloured images of juicy burgers, oozing with sauce, or oven-crisp golden pizza with melting cheese.

Knowing exactly when and how to use such images is not only beneficial for food businesses, but it is also a hugely under-leveraged technique for those working to promote more sustainable diets worldwide.

Our food system contributes to around one-third of all global greenhouse gas emissions, with meat and dairy products having an outsized negative impact on the environment. Recent research suggests that emissions from food alone will likely prevent global temperature rises from staying within the "safe operating space" of

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Sensory Primes for Sustainable Eating

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14.04.2024

Your plate arrives. The delicious aroma wafts toward you before you even see the dish. Your mouth waters.

Placed down, your eyes absorb the portion in front of you, the blend of colors, and the quality of ingredients. You sense the heat from the plate, hear the sizzle of food, and your........

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