Year Published: 2018

Authors: Jean L. Wiecha, Ph.D., Pamela A. Williams, Ph.D., Kristen C. Giombi, Ph.D., Amanda Richer, M.A., Georgia Hall, Ph.D.

Source: Preventing Chronic Disease, Public Health Research, Practice, and Policy , Volume 15, E68

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5888/pcd15.170396

Most children under-consume fruit and vegetables. This study estimated the frequency and quality of fruit and vegetables offered during snack in US afterschool programs and examined program-level factors associated with offering them, including awareness and use of the National AfterSchool Association Healthy Eating and Physical Activity standards.

Suggested citation for this article: Wiecha JL, Williams PA, Giombi KC, Richer A, Hall G. Survey of Afterschool Programs

Suggests Most Offer Fruit and Vegetables Daily. Prev Chronic Disease 2018;15:170396.

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