Wageningen researches ways to get people to eat more vegetables

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Wageningen researches ways to get people to eat more vegetables

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23 maart 2017

The Dutch don’t eat enough vegetables. Last year, the Netherlands Nutrition Centre set the recommended daily intake of vegetables to 250 grams. Scientists from Wageningen research several methods to get people to eat more vegetables.

Read about it in the article ‘A tomato with your coffee?’ in the new edition of Wageningen World.

Wageningen World, the quarterly magazine of Wageningen University & Research, came out on March 21th 2017.

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