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In a study at two northeastern elementary schools, how much more fruit and vegetables did children eat when the USDA began requiring them in 2012 to select at least one fruit or vegetable with each meal?

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A recent study published in the journal Public Health Reports found that student's fruit and vegetable consumption actually "decreased slightly" when fruit and vegetables "were required compared with when they were optional."

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