Freshfel Europe’s Consumption Monitor Shows That There is Still a Long Way to Go

April 3, 2023 Freshfel Europe

Freshfel Europe’s latest edition of the Consumption Monitor indicates that the average fruit and vegetable consumption in the EU grew to 364,58 g/day/capita in 2021. However, this positive trend that started during the coronavirus pandemic has already been curbed by the economic crisis caused by the outbreak of the war in Ukraine. Freshfel Europe stresses the importance of reaching the minimum daily goal of 400 g per capita of fruit and vegetables recommended by the WHO, based on their strong health and environmental benefits.

Freshfel Europe Defends Fresh Produce Sector Competitiveness in the European Agenda

October 6, 2022 Freshfel Europe

On 30 September Freshfel Europe met the Czech Republic Deputy Minister of Agriculture, the EU Member State currently in charge of the rotating Presidency of the Council to the European Union, to discuss sector matters in view of the European agenda. This was the opportunity to review current sector challenges relating to production, trade and consumption of fresh fruit and vegetables. On this occasion, a comprehensive review of topics on the European agenda was undertaken in a constructive dialogue for the benefit of the role of the sector and the positioning of fresh produce in the diet of European consumers.

Produce For Better Health Foundation Releases New Consumer Research Illuminating Key Behaviors to Close the Fruit & Vegetable Consumption Gap

The Produce for Better Health Foundation (PBH) today released its latest research report: Hacks To Habits: A Behavioral Research Study To Bolster Fruit & Vegetable Consumption. As part of PBH’s commitment to research across three platforms: food, nutrition and behavioral science; policy analyses; and consumer consumption trends, this new report reinforces the organization’s mission to improve fruit and vegetable consumption in America for better health and happiness. 

Produce for Better Health Foundation Releases Annual Report Showcasing the Roadmap to Positively Impact Consumption

The 2021 PBH Annual Report demonstrates a clear commitment to positively impact fruit and vegetable consumption and serve the public good while also accelerating industry growth despite market challenges.

Produce For Better Health Foundation & Nutrition On-Demand Release Comprehensive Gap Analysis Assessing Federal Spending to Support Improved Fruit & Vegetable Consumption

The Produce For Better Health Foundation (PBH) released its latest comprehensive research assessment of fruit and vegetable consumption-focused spending disparities in federal research, feeding and education programs, titled Fruit & Vegetable Gap Analysis: Bridging The Disparity Between Federal Spending & America’s Consumption Crisis, in partnership with Nutrition On Demand (NOD), a small consulting firm specializing in nutrition science, policy, and communications.