LAS VEGAS — Only 18% of parents say their kids regularly eat three or more servings of fruits and vegetables per day, while 38% say their children eat two servings a day, and 43% admit their kids eat one or less. These figures were among the findings of a new research study by The Perishables Group unveiled here during the “Secrets that Sell Produce to Kids and Motivate Moms” session at the United Fresh Produce Association's 2008 show. After detailing the results of the survey, moderator ...

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