Young Adults Lack Common Food Knowledge
A survey conducted in the UK pulled up shocking information. Apparently, the young adults that were quizzed lacked common food knowledge, answering incorrectly when asked where eggs, milk, or butter came from.
Fewer than half of young UK adults know butter comes from a dairy cow and a third do not know eggs come from hens, according to a survey.
More than a third of 16 to 23-year-olds (36%) do not know bacon comes from pigs and four in 10 (40%) failed to link milk with an image of a dairy cow, with 7% linking it to wheat, the poll of 2,000 people for charity Leaf (Linking Environment and Farming) found.