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Research outputs: VEGETABLES
2021 The coherence of food and agricultural policies with NCD prevention in South Africa: the case of fruit and vegetable policies study: knowledge and attitudes towards fruit and vegetable consumption among communities in Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal and Mpumalanga
This report seeks to analyse findings from the Focus Group Discussions (FGDs) held with participants from various locations in KwaZulu-Natal...
2021 Sharing information through television and mobile devices can help improve the consumption of fruit and vegetables
A healthy diet is crucial to building a strong immune system, but how do we encourage people to eat better? Looking at data from the 2018 Ge...Download this report
2020 Access to information technologies and consumption of fruits and vegetables in South Africa: evidence from nationally representative data
Extensive evidence indicates that fruit and vegetable (F+V) consumption leads to reduced chances of diet related non-communicable diseases (...
2018 The prevalence and social determinants of fruit and vegetable consumption among adults in Kenya: a cross-sectional national population-based survey, 2015
Low fruit and vegetable consumption contributes significantly to the burden of disease. The study aimed to assess the prevalence and correla...Download this report