Children do not know where food comes from survey finds
Almost a third of UK primary pupils think cheese is made from plants and a quarter think fish fingers come from chicken or pigs, suggests a survey.
Nearly one in 10 secondary pupils thinks tomatoes grow under ground, according to the poll for the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF).
Some 27,500 five-to-16-year-olds were questioned last month.
BBC Radio Wales' Sarah Easedale asked children in Bellvue Park in Wrexham if they knew where their food came from.
- 3 June 2013
- BBC News