● The report, titled "Building a Bridge Over the Chasm to Healthy Eating: International Fruit and Vegetable Consumption Survey, Trends and Attitudes," reveals the latest global perceptions and concerns about daily fruit and vegetable consumption from 32,000 people.
● In addition to confusion about the correct amounts, affordability is a barrier to eating fruits and vegetables, with 2 in 5 consumers admitting to experiencing situations where they lacked the means to eat.
Despite the WHO's clear recommendations, up to 75% of people believe they don't eat enough fresh fruits and vegetables every day, according to a recent global study by one of the leading companies in the healthy eating sector, Juice Plus+.
The study, which surveyed 32,000 people worldwide, clearly shows that only 25% of people believe they eat the recommended portion of fresh fruits and vegetables each day.
Understanding the riddle with a portion
We live in a world where awareness of healthy lifestyles is growing, with documentaries and experts touting the benefits of plant-based nutrition. However, the latest Juice Plus+ Report shows how theory translates into practice, demonstrating that people are confused when it comes to clearly defining what that "daily serving" of fruits and vegetables means. The answer, acco...