All about meat: Research finds parents should have open conversations
Parents who delay talking to their young children about where meat comes from may encounter problems later, new research has found.
University of Adelaide researcher Dr Heather Bray said on 3AW Drive 225 parents were surveyed to shed light on how Australian families talk about meat production.
Children in metropolitan areas were also less likely to know where their food came from.
Click PLAY to listen to Dr Bray discuss the research with Tom Elliott