b'FRUIT AND VEGETABLE CONSUMPTIONAccording to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in New York State, only 14 per-cent of adults consume the recommended daily amount of fruit, and only 9.6 percent consume the recommended amount of vegetables. 5The 2016 New York State Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System asked participants How often do you eat fruits (excluding juice)? and How often do you eat vegetables or salad (excluding juices and potatoes)? Across the region, rates of adults who re-port that they eat less than one fruit and less than one vegetable every day vary from 18.5 percent in Yates County, to 34.4 percent in Wayne County. In six of the nine Finger Lakes counties, over 25 percent of participants report eating less than one fruit and one vegetable per day.Figure 3: Age-adjusted rates of adults who report they eat less than one fruit and less than one vegetable every day, 2016 (Source: New York State Department of Health, Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, 2016)10'