Healthy eating is in and companies are trying to devise ways to disguise healthy foods in children's meals. "Every one knows children will not eat anything they know is good for them, so we have to make it look unnatural and unhealthy," says spokesman Berry McNutt of Tastey Boxes Kids' TV Dinners.
Other companies have tried using color to attract kid's attention, green ketchup, blue raspberries and white cranberries have all been tried.
Tastey Boxes hopes the blue spaghetti with blue berries and several vegetables will be a success. "We won't be adding the color to the meatballs on top, they're already green," says McNutt.