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Swedes Switch to Healthier Food

Published tisdag 14 november 2006 kl 11.30

According to a new European study, Swedes have led Europe in switching to healthier diets.

The Eurobarometer survey indicates that 43 percent of Swedes have changed their eating habits for the better during the past year. That compares to a European average of 22 percent.

The biggest change in Swedish diets has been cutting down on sugar, in favor of more fruit and vegetables. Swedes were not as interested in eating less meat, with only 9 percent saying they had made that change in their diets.

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