Slovenians' Eating Habits Improving, Food Self-Sufficiency Low
Ljubljana, 16 December - Slovenians are eating less meat, potato and grain than a decade ago, while the consumption of vegetables is on the rise, statistics presented in Ljubljana on Tuesday show. But the diet of an average Slovenian still does not qualify as healthy. Food self-sufficiency is meanwhile decreasing.
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