One in three primary school children think eggs are laid by cows, survey finds 

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One in three primary school children think eggs are laid by cows, survey finds One in ten youngsters aged six to 11 say they have never tasted a cherry tomato  Three in ten youngsters did not even know that tuna comes from a fish  Another poll from 2017 found one in three thought cheese came from plants

By Mail on Sunday Reporter

Published: 02:19 GMT, 1 December 2019 | Updated: 02:19 GMT, 1 December 2019

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One in three primary school children in Britain think eggs are laid by cows, a survey has found.

And three out of ten youngsters aged six to 11 did not know that tuna comes from fish – while one in ten had never tasted a cherry tomato.

Experts said it showed the nation’s kids have a huge lack of knowledge about where food comes from.

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