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Ready to Eat Food Perception, Food Preferences and Food Choice | Original Article

Ushas Mathew*, Priyanka Sharma, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


One of a person's essential necessities is nutrition. It is necessary for both a healthy development and the regular operation of the body's organs. Food that has been packed on the premises where it is being sold and is ready to eat is referred to as ready-to-eat food. It is food that has been exposed or offered for sale without further cooking or preparation. Increasingly more consumers are becoming interested in RTE snacks because of its practicality, worth, attractiveness, flavor, and texture. The link between food perception, preferences, and food choice is discussed in this essay. Our first goal is to identify and highlight the variables that influence how we perceive and choose foods. The researcher provides examples of the many variables influencing our choices for ready-to-eat foods.