Yet another fact that proves how devastating the state of health is in the US (and why McDonald's, Coke and others need to be doing more than giving consumers a "choice" and encouraging them to burn off the calories, a legacy of obesity and malnutrition they're about to repeat in emerging markets. This insight via Nestle research, ironically):
- Nearly 25% of 19–24-month-old babies in the US consume no vegetables or fruit
- French fries are the most common vegetable consumed by infants aged 15–18 months
Case in point.