Vitamins - An Education
Date: JUL 2017
Most UK adults admit that they don’t know where vitamins come from or even why they’re good for you. That’s despite nearly half of Brits now using vitamin and mineral supplements.
UK consumers are more confused than ever when it comes to vitamin consumption. A new survey of 2000 people reveals that 68% could not name the correct sources of vitamins A and E. The research, commissioned by the British Fruit Juice Association (BFJA) also shows on average 63% could not correctly identify the benefits of key vitamins A, E and even C.
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