Crisis sees Greeks change eating habits, cut back on eating out

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The crisis has seen Greeks eating more fruit and vegetables and cutting back on meat, eggs and milk, a study from one of the country’s consumer groups has found.

The KEPKA survey was conducted from July to September 2016 on a sample of 1,059 consumers from all over Greece.

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