WASHINGTON (FNS) -- While Americans are eating less fat, they're not all eating their vegetables, according to data from a survey by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. economics, commenting on preliminary data from the first year of the three-year survey. However, Stauber added, "the data show that American diets are changing in content, variety and where the foods are bought and eaten." The study showed that consumers in 1994 got 33% of their calories from fat, compared with 40% in the ...

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