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Scientists Believe New GIV3616 "Bitter Blocker" Could Improve American Diet

New "Bitter Blocker" Could Improve American Diet

Maybe slipping beets into chocolate cake isn't the only way to get kids to eat more greens. Scientists at Ohio-based Givaudan Flavors Corporation have developed GIV3616, a "bitterness blocker."

This chemical, which can be added to food, prevents certain taste buds from recognizing bitter flavors.

Could this turn our fast food-loving nation onto the likes of escarole, chicories, and broccoli rabe? Learn more when you read the full story at Slashfood.

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