Americans are eating a lot less produce than they say they are, and women overestimate their consumption of fruits and vegetables more than men. According to results from a new consumer study conducted for the United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association, Alexandria, Va., men and women together are overestimating the amount of produce they're eating by some 33%. At the same time, consumers in the study are underestimating the amount of fat they eat. The study, "Fruit and Vegetable ...

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