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1 Banner 1 Table 1 Page 1 Q5. What is your household income? Table 2 Page 2 Q6. What is your marital status? Table 3 Page 3 Q7. How many dependent children do you have? Table 4 Page 4 Q8. In which state do you currently live? Table 5 Page 8 Q8. Region (Based on State) Table 6 Page 9 Q10. Age Group Table 7 Page 10 Q11. Gender Table 8 Page 11 Q12. Which of the following statements best describe your involvement with the grocery shopping of your household? Table 9 Page 12 Q13. Which of the following produce items have you purchased FRESH (NOT frozen, canned or dried) in the past 12 months? Table 10 Page 17 Q14. Apples: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 11 Page 18 Q14. Apricots: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 12 Page 19 Q14. Artichokes: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 13 Page 20 Q14. Asian pears: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 14 Page 21 Q14. Asparagus: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 15 Page 22 Q14. Avocados: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 16 Page 23 Q14. Bananas: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 17 Page 24 Q14. Beets: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 18 Page 25 Q14. Bell peppers: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 19 Page 26 Q14. Specialty peppers (includes cayenne, poblano, jalapeño, Anaheim, habanero): Type purchased in past 12 months Table 20 Page 27 Q14. Blackberries: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 21 Page 28 Q14. Blueberries: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 22 Page 29 Q14. Broccoli: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 23 Page 30 Q14. Brussel Sprouts: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 24 Page 31 Q14. Cabbage: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 25 Page 32 Q14. Cantaloupe: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 26 Page 33 Q14. Carrots: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 27 Page 34 Q14. Cauliflower: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 28 Page 35 Q14. Celery: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 29 Page 36 Q14. Cherries: Type purchased in past 12 months

2 Table 30 Page 37 Q14. Corn on the cob (sweet corn): Type purchased in past 12 months Table 31 Page 38 Q14. Cranberries: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 32 Page 39 Q14. Cucumbers: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 33 Page 40 Q14. Eggplant: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 34 Page 41 Q14. Garlic: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 35 Page 42 Q14. Grapefruit: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 36 Page 43 Q14. Grapes: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 37 Page 44 Q14. Green beans: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 38 Page 45 Q14. Green onions: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 39 Page 46 Q14. Honeydew: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 40 Page 47 Q14. Kiwifruit: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 41 Page 48 Q14. Lemons: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 42 Page 49 Q14. Lettuce (bulk not washed and packed): Type purchased in past 12 months Table 43 Page 50 Q14. Limes: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 44 Page 51 Q14. Mangoes: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 45 Page 52 Q14. Mushrooms: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 46 Page 53 Q14. Specialty mushrooms such as enoki, morel, oyster, portabellas and shiitake: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 47 Page 54 Q14. Nectarines: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 48 Page 55 Q14. Onions: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 49 Page 56 Q14. Oranges: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 50 Page 57 Q14. Papayas: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 51 Page 58 Q14. Peaches: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 52 Page 59 Q14. Pears: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 53 Page 60 Q14. Pineapple: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 54 Page 61 Q14. Plantains: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 55 Page 62 Q14. Plums: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 56 Page 63 Q14. Pluots: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 57 Page 64 Q14. Pomegranates: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 58 Page 65 Q14. Potatoes: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 59 Page 66 Q14. Radishes: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 60 Page 67 Q14. Raspberries: Type purchased in past 12 months

3 Table 61 Page 68 Q14. Salad mix (washed and pre-packaged): Type purchased in past 12 months Table 62 Page 69 Q14. Spinach: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 63 Page 70 Q14. Sprouts: Type purchased in past 12 months Table 64 Page 71 Q14. Squash Type purchased in past 12 months Table 65 Page 72 Q14. Strawberries Type purchased in past 12 months Table 66 Page 73 Q14. Sweet potatoes Type purchased in past 12 months Table 67 Page 74 Q14. Tomatoes Type purchased in past 12 months Table 68 Page 75 Q14. Watermelon Type purchased in past 12 months Table 69 Page 76 Q14. Summary Table - Type purchased in past 12 months - Conventional Only Table 70 Page 81 Q14. Summary Table - Type purchased in past 12 months - Organic Only Table 71 Page 86 Q14. Summary Table - Type purchased in past 12 months - Both Conventional & Organic Table 72 Page 91 Q14. Summary Table - Type purchased in past 12 months - NET: Conventional Only or Both Conventional & Organic Table 73 Page 96 Q14. Summary Table - Type purchased in past 12 months - NET: Organic Only or Both Conventional & Organic Table 74 Page 101 Q14. Summary Table - Type purchased in past 12 months - Not sure Table 75 Page 105 Q15. You indicated you purchased mushrooms. Have you bought sliced mushrooms in the past 12 months? Table 76 Page 106 Q16. You indicated you purchased watermelon. Have you bought a personal sized, or mini, watermelon in the past 12 months? Table 77 Page 107 Q17. You indicated you purchased artichokes. Have you purchased baby, or smaller, artichokes in the past 12 months? Table 78 Page 108 Q18. Which of the following phrases, if any, describe all of the ways you use apples? Table 79 Page 109 Q19. Which one of the following varieties of apples do you prefer to purchase? Table 80 Page 111 Q20. If you were at the grocery store looking to buy apples, but they were not available, what fruit would you buy instead? Table 81 Page 112 Q21. Which of the following phrases, if any, describe all of the ways you use cucumbers? Table 82 Page 113 Q22. Which one of the following varieties of cucumber do you prefer to purchase? Table 83 Page 114 Q23. Which of the following phrases, if any, describe all of the ways you use grapes? Table 84 Page 115 Q24. Which of the following varieties of grapes do you prefer to purchase? Table 85 Page 116 Q25. Which of the following phrases, if any, describe all of the ways you use kiwifruit? Table 86 Page 117 Q26. Which one of the following varieties of kiwifruit do you prefer to purchase? Table 87 Page 118 Q27. Which of the following phrases, if any, describe all of the ways you use lettuce? Table 88 Page 119 Q28. Which one of the following varieties of lettuce do you prefer to purchase? Table 89 Page 120 Q29. Which of the following phrases, if any, describe all of the ways you use mushrooms? Table 90 Page 121 Q30. Which one of the following varieties of mushrooms do you prefer to purchase?

4 Table 91 Page 122 Q31. Which of the following phrases, if any, describe all of the ways you use pears? Table 92 Page 123 Q32. Which one of the following varieties of pears do you prefer to purchase? Table 93 Page 124 Q33. If you were at the grocery store looking to buy pears, but they were not available, what fruit would you buy instead? Table 94 Page 125 Q34. Which of the following phrases, if any, describe all of the ways you use spinach? Table 95 Page 126 Q35. Which one of the following varieties of spinach do you prefer to purchase? Table 96 Page 127 Q36. Which of the following phrases, if any, describe all of the ways you use tomatoes? Table 97 Page 128 Q37. Which one of the following varieties of tomatoes do you prefer to purchase? Table 98 Page 129 Q38. Which of the following phrases, if any, describe all of the ways you use potatoes? Table 99 Page 130 Q39. Which of the following varieties of potatoes do you prefer to purchase? Table 100 Page 131 Q42. Why do you buy certified organic produce? Table 101 Page 132 Q43. Which of the following items, if any, do you feel comfortable selecting ripe to be used for immediate consumption? Table 102 Page 133 Q44. Which of the following, if any, do you know how to ripen once you get them home? Table 103 Page 134 Q45. What are your preferences regarding ripeness: Avocados Table 104 Page 135 Q45. What are your preferences regarding ripeness: Bananas Table 105 Page 136 Q45. What are your preferences regarding ripeness: Cantaloupe Table 106 Page 137 Q45. What are your preferences regarding ripeness: Mangoes Table 107 Page 138 Q45. What are your preferences regarding ripeness: Nectarines Table 108 Page 139 Q45. What are your preferences regarding ripeness: Papayas Table 109 Page 140 Q45. What are your preferences regarding ripeness: Peaches Table 110 Page 141 Q45. What are your preferences regarding ripeness: Pears Table 111 Page 142 Q45. What are your preferences regarding ripeness: Pineapple Table 112 Page 143 Q45. What are your preferences regarding ripeness: Plums Table 113 Page 144 Q45. What are your preferences regarding ripeness: Tomatoes Table 114 Page 145 Q45. What are your preferences regarding ripeness: Watermelon Table 115 Page 146 Q46. Regarding items that you purchased that were advertised as being ripe or pre-ripened, how satisfied were you with the level of ripeness: Avocados Table 116 Page 147 Q46. Regarding items that you purchased that were advertised as being ripe or pre-ripened, how satisfied were you with the level of ripeness: Bananas Table 117 Page 148 Q46. Regarding items that you purchased that were advertised as being ripe or pre-ripened, how satisfied were you with the level of ripeness: Cantaloupe Table 118 Page 149 Q46. Regarding items that you purchased that were advertised as being ripe or pre-ripened, how satisfied were you with the level of ripeness: Mangoes

5 Table 119 Page 150 Q46. Regarding items that you purchased that were advertised as being ripe or pre-ripened, how satisfied were you with the level of ripeness: Nectarines Table 120 Page 151 Q46. Regarding items that you purchased that were advertised as being ripe or pre-ripened, how satisfied were you with the level of ripeness: Papayas Table 121 Page 152 Q46. Regarding items that you purchased that were advertised as being ripe or pre-ripened, how satisfied were you with the level of ripeness: Peaches Table 122 Page 153 Q46. Regarding items that you purchased that were advertised as being ripe or pre-ripened, how satisfied were you with the level of ripeness: Pears Table 123 Page 154 Q46. Regarding items that you purchased that were advertised as being ripe or pre-ripened, how satisfied were you with the level of ripeness: Pineapple Table 124 Page 155 Q46. Regarding items that you purchased that were advertised as being ripe or pre-ripened, how satisfied were you with the level of ripeness: Plums Table 125 Page 156 Q46. Regarding items that you purchased that were advertised as being ripe or pre-ripened, how satisfied were you with the level of ripeness: Tomatoes Table 126 Page 157 Q46. Regarding items that you purchased that were advertised as being ripe or pre-ripened, how satisfied were you with the level of ripeness: Watermelon Table 127 Page 158 Q47. Where do you typically purchase produce items? Table 128 Page 159 Q48. In the past 12 months, which of the following packages have the salads you purchased been packaged in? Table 129 Page 160 Q49. You indicated you purchased a salad in a packaged bowl. Please indicate if the bowl came with: Table 130 Page 161 Q50. What type of salad mixes, if any, have you purchased in the past 12 months? Table 131 Page 162 Q51. Are you buying a larger variety of fresh produce today than you were 20 years ago? Table 132 Page 163 Q52. Please indicate which of the following produce items you buy now, that you did not buy previously Table 133 Page 168 Q53. What factors make you likely to purchase produce you haven t purchased before? Table 134 Page 169 Q54. Do you Table 135 Page 170 Q61. Are you eating more produce than one year ago? Table 136 Page 171 Q62. Are you eating more produce than five years ago? Table 137 Page 172 Q63. Why are you eating more produce now? Table 138 Page 173 Q64. Have you changed your shopping habits in the past year because of financial concerns due to the economy? Table 139 Page 174 Q65. When you buy groceries, do you feel strongly about keeping your food dollars in your city or community? Table 140 Page 175 Q66. What produce items do you typically buy? Table 141 Page 176 Q67. If price was not an issue, which of the following items would you purchase? Table 142 Page 177 Q68. How does your desire for healthy options weigh in against your food budget? Table 143 Page 178 Q69. Which of the following methods do you use when trying to control your food budget? Table 144 Page 179 Q70. How have you changed your eating habits in the past year?

6 Table 145 Page 180 Q71. Do you make a conscious effort to buy locally grown/regional produce? Table 146 Page 181 Q72. Are you buying more locally grown than one year ago? Table 147 Page 182 Q73. Are you buying more locally grown produce than 5 years ago? Table 148 Page 183 Q74. In terms of locally grown produce, which of the following are true for you? Table 149 Page 184 Q75. Why do you buy locally grown produce? Table 150 Page 185 Q76. At which of the following types of stores do you primarily shop for fresh produce? Table 151 Page 186 Q77. At which of the following types of stores to you prefer to shop for fresh produce? Table 152 Page 187 Q79. On average, how many times per month do you shop for fresh fruits and/or fresh vegetables? Table 153 Page 188 Q80. On average, how many times per week do you prepare a meal with fresh fruits and/or fresh vegetables? Table 154 Page 189 Q81. Are you a parent with children under 18 years old living in your household? Table 155 Page 190 Q82. Are any of your kids that are under 18 and living at home, vegetarian? Table 156 Page 191 Q83. Are you currently a vegetarian? Table 157 Page 192 Q84. How do you provide fresh fruits and/or vegetables for your kids? Table 158 Page 193 Q85. Where do your kids eat the fresh fruit and/or vegetables you provide? Table 159 Page 194 Q86. Do you know the recommended daily servings of fruits and vegetables for kids? Table 160 Page 195 Q87. How many servings of fruit would you say your kids consume daily? Table 161 Page 196 Q88. How many servings of vegetables would you say your kids consume daily (not including french fries, potato chips or fried vegetable products)? Table 162 Page 197 Q89. Which of the following ways do you serve fresh fruits and/or vegetables to your kids? Table 163 Page 198 Q90. How many times a week do you prepare fresh fruits and/or vegetables in the following ways? Raw, plain Table 164 Page 199 Q90. How many times a week do you prepare fresh fruits and/or vegetables in the following ways? Raw, with dip or dressing Table 165 Page 200 Q90. How many times a week do you prepare fresh fruits and/or vegetables in the following ways? Cooked, plain (minimal seasonings and butter/oil) Table 166 Page 201 Q90. How many times a week do you prepare fresh fruits and/or vegetables in the following ways? Cooked in a medley or casserole with a sauce Table 167 Page 202 Q90. How many times a week do you prepare fresh fruits and/or vegetables in the following ways? Pureed, in baby food or smoothies Table 168 Page 203 Q90. How many times a week do you prepare fresh fruits and/or vegetables in the following ways? Hidden in baked goods (e.g., adding applesauce instead of oil) Table 169 Page 204 Q90. Summary Table - At least once per week Table 170 Page 205 Q90. Summary Table - 3 or more times per week Table 171 Page 206 Q90. Summary Table - 5 or more times per week

7 Table 172 Page 207 Q90. Summary Table - 7 or more times per week Table 173 Page 208 Q91. Which one of the following do you believe is the most effective way to encourage kids to eat more fresh fruit and/or vegetables? Table 174 Page 209 Q92. Below is a list of fruits, please select UP TO 5 that you serve your kids the most. Table 175 Page 212 Q93. Below is a list of vegetables, please select UP TO 5 that you serve your kids the most. Table 176 Page 214 Q94. How would you describe yourself?

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