Without going into detail, I would say that study’s analysis of daily fruit and vegetable consumption among Americans fits well with other facts and figures I have seen.
Released on National Eat More Fruits and Vegetables Day, an annual holiday created in 2015 to raise awareness and encourage more Americans to adopt a produce-rich diet, the survey results offer a glimpse into the public's often-contradictory views on healthier eating.
PBH Gap Analysis shows huge disparity in federal spending and the need to raise fruit and vegetable consumption- General News
Today the Produce For Better Health Foundation released its latest comprehensive research assessment of fruit and vegetable consumption-focused spending disparities in federal research, feeding and education programs, titled Fruit & Vegetable Gap Analysis: Bridging The Disparity Between Federal Spending & America’s Consumption Crisis, in partnership with Nutrition On Demand (NOD), a small consulting firm specializing in nutrition science, policy, and communications.
PBH is calling on all stakeholders vested in fruit and vegetable consumption to submit public comments on the newly released Fruit & Vegetable Gap Analysis: Bridging The Disparity Between Federal Spending & America's Consumption Crisis through Friday, February 11, 2022