CHILDREN may need to be "bribed" to encourage them to eat more fruit and vegetables, experts have warned.
CHILDREN may need to be \"bribed\" to encourage them to eat more fruit and vegetables, experts have warned.
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Around 100 scientists, nutritionists, experts in eating behaviour and food professionals from across Europe gathered at St Andrews University to examine barriers to children's enjoyment of healthy food.
Almost one in 10 children (9%) in Scotland consumes no fruit or vegetables, while just over one in 10 boys (13%) and girls (12%) in Scotland consume the recommended five portions of fruit and vegetables a day.
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