- Author: ThePacker.com by Tom Karst
Hispanics and blacks are much less likely than non-Hispanic whites to report eating five or more servings of fruits and vegetables each day, a new survey report released by The Packer.
The 2014 Healthy Americas Survey, which polled about 850 Americans, said that only 7% of Hispanics and 8% of non-Hispanic blacks reported eating five or more servings of fruits and vegetables daily, compared to 18% of non-Hispanic whites who reported five or more servings per days. The survey was supported by the Healthy Americas Foundation and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
The study reported contrasting trends at lower consumption levels,...