5 A DAY CATCHING ON - SURELY BUT RATHER SLOWLY

NEWARK, Del. -- The 5 a Day for Better Health program is making inroads into the frozen food industry, but it isn't exactly setting the frozens world on fire.The program, started in 1991 by the Produce for Better Health Foundation here, along with the National Institutes of Health and the National Cancer Institute's Department of Human Services, encourages consumers to eat at least five servings of

NEWARK, Del. -- The 5 a Day for Better Health program is making inroads into the frozen food industry, but it isn't exactly setting the frozens world on fire.

The program, started in 1991 by the Produce for Better Health Foundation here, along with the National Institutes of Health and the National Cancer Institute's Department of Human Services, encourages consumers to eat at least five servings of fruits and vegetables each day.

The frozen food industry got involved about 18

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