In a 2014 study of New York City schoolchildren who ate a lunch served by their school, how many of the children ate at least one bite of a vegetable?
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The study found that 59% of children chose a vegetable menu item, and among those who did so, "only 24 percent ate a bite of their vegetables." This amounts to 14% of the children. The study was conducted by Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health.
DocumentationSchool Lunch Study2010 School Lunch Reform
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