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National Nutrition Survey - France: CRÉDOC 2009

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30 March 2016

In 2009, the French Research Centre for the Study and Monitoring of Living Standards (Centre de Recherche pour l’Étude et l’Observation des Conditions de Vie, CRÉDOC) conducted a survey assessing the nutrition habits of over 400 French consumers.


  • 89% of the participants believed that food has an impact on health.
  • Only 24% of the adults claimed eating 5 portions of fruit and vegetables a day.
  • Young people showed to consume 8 times less fresh fruits than their grand-parents.
  • The majority of young women did not reach the mean nutritional need (‘Besoin Nutritionnel Moyen’ equal to 70% of the RDA) for micronutrients such as ironzincmagnesiumcalciumvitamin B9 (folic acid), even when dietary supplement consumption was taken into account.

CRÉDOC, Enquêtes L’alimentation par la santé 2006 et 2009

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