Published in Lab Law Weekly, October 29th, 2004
"The effects of nonoral sensations, such as visual texture and odor, on the size of the first bite were investigated in a series of studies using specially constructed food delivery cups with lower, from which custards were ingested ('ingested custard'), and upper, from which a custard was viewed and/or smelled ('upper custard') compartments. Ingested and upper custards were either the same or different. Bite size was defined as the weight of custard sucked out of the lower compartment during a single suck through an 11-mm diameter straw," investigators in the Netherlands report.
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