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Experts lay groundwork for higher produce consumption to take root
Experts lay groundwork for higher produce consumption to take root

Whether you clear your cabinets for every new diet that promises health and beauty, just grab the bacon-topped cheeseburger or live somewhere in the middle, you must — you just must — know by now that we should all eat more vegetables and fruit. So what will make you actually do it? It's nowhere near time for a victory dance, but experts see a little movement in the right direction, citing the growth of farmers markets, more vegetarian restaurant options and campaigns to encourage produce consumption. "There are some signs here and there that the diet is improving," said Kelly Brownell, an obesity expert and the dean of Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke...

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