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Nine out of ten Hungarians do not consume enough of these foods, even though they should

Nine out of ten Hungarians do not consume enough of these foods, even though they should

Only 10% of us eat the amount of vegetables and fruits recommended by the World Health Organization, that is, at least 5 servings of vegetables and fruits per day, according to data from a recent representative survey conducted by STADA within the framework of the Seedlings Initiative. program. Moreover, based on the survey, only every second person is aware of the recommendation at all. It turns out that seasonality means a lot to most of us, but only roughly. Every fourth Hungarian buys the vegetables and fruits he wants or which are cheap.

We know what's in season, but we don't just buy these

Rhubarb, currants, cherries, raspberries, cherries, gooseberries, tomatoes, cabbage, beets, zucchini, cauliflower and many other fruits and vegetables are in season in June. 23% of Hungarians grow vegetables and fruits either in the garden or in balcony boxes – reveals a representative survey conducted in connection with STADA's seedling programme. 90% of people know what vegetables and fruits are in season, and in fact, seasonality means a lot to two-thirds of Hungarians. Although there is a smaller percentage (15%) who choose only seasonal products, while according to their own admission, every second of our compatriots prefers them, but does not buy them exclusively. 24% admit that they know which vegetables and fruits are in season, but do not pay attention to them; Most of them buy what they want, and every ten Hungarians buy what is cheap.

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