Share of children who consumed no vegetables daily in England 2001-2013 by gender

Proportion of children who do not consume any fruit and vegetables daily in England from 2001 to 2013, by gender

by Statista Research Department, last edited Dec 10, 2014
Share of children who consumed no vegetables daily in England 2001-2013 by gender This statistic displays the proportion of children who do not consume any fruit and vegetables daily in England from 2001 to 2013, by gender. In the year 2011, five percent of boys and four percent of girls did not consume any fruit and vegetables daily.
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Proportion of children who do not consume any fruit and vegetables daily in England from 2001 to 2013, by gender

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BoysGirls
200112%10%
200211%8%
200311%9%
200410%8%
20056%5%
20067%6%
20076%4%
20087%4%
20095%4%
20106%6%
20115%4%
20139%4%
BoysGirls
200112%10%
200211%8%
200311%9%
200410%8%
20056%5%
20067%6%
20076%4%
20087%4%
20095%4%
20106%6%
20115%4%
20139%4%
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Dec 10, 2014
This statistic displays the proportion of children who do not consume any fruit and vegetables daily in England from 2001 to 2013, by gender. In the year 2011, five percent of boys and four percent of girls did not consume any fruit and vegetables daily.
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