CHICAGO — Despite growing consumer interest in healthful eating, a portion of customers still aren’t eating much fruit and vegetables, according to a recent report from Mintel. Seven percent of survey respondents reported eating no daily servings of vegetables, and 14% reported eating no fruit servings. And, when consumers are eating vegetables, they aren’t necessarily eating large amounts. Sixty-three percent of survey respondents reported eating no more than two ...
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