Americans Still Ignore Produce: CDC Poll

WASHINGTON -- A survey of more than 300,000 people shows a majority of Americans have yet to incorporate more produce into their diets.

WASHINGTON -- A survey of more than 300,000 people shows a majority of Americans have yet to incorporate more produce into their diets. Researchers at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that only 32.6% of adults polled eat two or more servings of fruit every day, and a little more than 27% consume the recommended minimum of three or more servings of vegetables. Breaking out the numbers, the CDCP found that college graduates and people who earn more than

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