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The figure above is a bar chart that shows the percentage of U.S. youths who consumed fruit on a given day, by age group and race/ethnicity, according to a 2009-2010 survey. During 2009-2010, among youths overall aged 2-19 years, 91.7% of those aged 2-5 years, 82.0% of those aged 6-11 years, and 66.3% of those aged 12-19 years were reported as consuming fruit on a given day. Among non-Hispanic white, non-Hispanic black, and Hispanic youths, the percentage who consumed fruit among those aged 2-5 years was significantly greater than the percentage among those aged 12-19 years.

During 2009–2010, among youths overall aged 2–19 years, 91.7% of those aged 2–5 years, 82.0% of those aged 6–11 years, and 66.3% of those aged 12–19 years were reported as consuming fruit on a given day. Among non-Hispanic white, non-Hispanic black, and Hispanic youths, the percentage who consumed fruit among those aged 2–5 years was significantly greater than the percentage among those aged 12–19 years.

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