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10 September 2010

Fruit, veg goals still not being met

In 2000, the US government set modest goals for the amount of fruit and vegetables people should eat, but a decade later most are not even close to reaching those thresholds.

In 2000, the US government set modest goals for the amount of fruit and vegetables people should eat, but a decade later the majority of Americans are not even close to reaching those thresholds, health officials said.

"In the next decade, we are going to work on making the healthy choice the easy choice," she said.

New plans to promote healthy eating

 
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