6-a-day is a major project with the purpose of stimulating people to eat more fruits and vegetables. 6-a-day refers to the advised daily consumption of about 600 g of fruits and vegetables.
Trends in the dietary consumption, purchasing and habits of the Danish population
The project 'Diet in a nutshell – a taste for life' is an initiative intended to stimulate the establishment of a range of dietary schemes in schools and institutions
On average, Danes eat about 400 grams of fruit and vegetables. Read more about how much fruit Danes eat
Women who drink large amounts of coffee during pregnancy double their risk of stillbirth compared to women who drink no coffee at all.
Everything you eat and drink affects your body. Follow the Official Dietary Guidelines.
From time to time there are media stories to the effect that the content of vitamins and minerals in foods has grown less, and that this is due to the fact that the soil has become exhausted by many years of intensive agriculture.
Before selling food supplements in Denmark, any company must register the products that it wish to sell, no later than on the first day of marketing. Read more about how to register here