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Share of youth eating fruit daily in the Netherlands 2001-2017

Share of youth eating fruit every day in the Netherlands from 2001 to 2017, by level of education*

by Brigitte van de Pas, last edited Mar 27, 2019
Share of youth eating fruit daily in the Netherlands 2001-2017 The statistic displays the results of a survey of the share of 11-16 year olds eating fruit daily every day in the Netherlands from 2001 to 2017, by level of education. The survey results show that the share of students in the final year (in the Netherlands commonly referred to as "groep 8") who ate at least one piece of fruit daily rose steadily between 2001 and 2017. In 2001, just over 32 percent of "groep 8" students surveyed ate fruit everyday, whereas by 2017 this figure had increased to roughly 45 percent. Furthermore, the survey results indicate that the level of fruit consumption among older students was consistently lower than that of the primary school students.
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Share of youth eating fruit every day in the Netherlands from 2001 to 2017, by level of education*

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by Brigitte van de Pas, last edited Mar 27, 2019
The statistic displays the results of a survey of the share of 11-16 year olds eating fruit daily every day in the Netherlands from 2001 to 2017, by level of education. The survey results show that the share of students in the final year (in the Netherlands commonly referred to as "groep 8") who ate at least one piece of fruit daily rose steadily between 2001 and 2017. In 2001, just over 32 percent of "groep 8" students surveyed ate fruit everyday, whereas by 2017 this figure had increased to roughly 45 percent. Furthermore, the survey results indicate that the level of fruit consumption among older students was consistently lower than that of the primary school students.
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