Students choose more fruits, eat more veggies, data show

03/4/2014 | Medical News Today · NBC News

Harvard School of Public Health researchers who inspected more than 1,000 lunch trays at four schools found that students chose 23% more fruit and ate 16% more vegetables after U.S. Department of Agriculture school-nutrition rules were issued in 2012. The study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine did not find an increase in wasted food.

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