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Characterizing trends in fruit and vegetable intake in the USA by self-report and by supply-and-disappearance data: 2001–2014
Public Health Nutrition
Objective To examine the comparability of fruit and vegetable (F&V) intake data in the USA from 2001 to 2014 between data acquired from two national data collection programmes. Design Cross-sectional analysis. Linear regression models estimated trends in daily per capita intake of total F&V. Pooled differences in intake of individual F&V (n 109) were examined by processing form (fresh, frozen, canned, dried and juice). Setting What We Eat in America (WWEIA, 2001–2014) anddoi:10.1017/s1368980017002385 pmid:28929985 fatcat:jkqg3b223rdyvnl7o75na7heua