This has been reported in timesofindia.indiatimes.com dated 5 February 2016.
The findings are based on a survey done across five cities — National Capital Region (Delhi, Gurgaon and Noida), Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad and Kolkata. The study covered 1,001 individuals drawn from upper and middle income groups. The findings show Chennai on top of the list with the highest number of servings of fruits and vegetables, while Kolkata is at the bottom of the list.
A probable explanation for this could be that there are more number of vegetarians and relatively higher income people in Chennai and Hyderabad which could be a reason for high levels of intake of fruits and vegetables.
As per recommendations of WHO, a daily intake of at least 400 grams (or five daily servings with an average size of 80 grams) of fruits and vegetables, excluding potatoes, cassava and other starchy tubers are necessary to "prevent diet-related chronic diseases and micro-nutrient deficiencies". Unfortunately, Indians consume quite less than WHO norms.
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