Daily Vegetable Consumption Rates

New York Finger Lakes Region and Western New York

Variation in rates of daily vegetable consumption are larger than the differences for fruit. Among the middle- and high-income segments, at least 70 percent of survey respondents indicated they eat vegetables or salad (excluding juices and potatoes) daily. Urban residents are also much less likely to eat daily vegetables compared to the suburban and rural populations.

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