The government has challenged Americans to have at least 75% of the adult population eating the recommended amount of fruit and 50% eating the right amount of veggies by 2010.
The midterm grades are in and we are failing.
According to the latest data, just over 30% of American adults eat fruit two or more times a day and only
27% eat vegetables at least three times a day.
The report also showed men were more likely than women to eat enough fruit, but women ate more vegetables.
Participants with a college education were most likely to meet the requirements, as well as people over 65 and those who were not obese.