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Those with the highest intakes were also 25 per cent less likely to die from cancer and 31 per cent less likely to die from heart disease.
“We need to urgently examine seriously the proposal to increase recommended intake to seven a day,” said Naveed Sattar, professor of metabolic medicine at the University of Glasgow.
It took Foster over a year to develop the ideal formula for Hi-C orange drink, containing orange juice concentrate, peel oil and orange essences, sugar, water, citric acid and ascorbic acid (vitamin C).
The name "Hi-C" referred to its high vitamin content.
Apple and cherry drinks were introduced as a result of the fresh fruit processing operations at the Paw Paw, Michigan, co-packer plant.
The contract packing concept is still used today by the Coca-Cola Foods Division.
Hot-packed in enamel-lined 56-ounce cans, the product needed no refrigeration before opening.
My advice would be however much you are eating now, eat more.” Health experts called on the Government to subsidise the cost of fruit and vegetables, which they suggested could be paid for by taxing sugary foods.
The study, by University College London, found that eating large quantities of fruit and vegetables significantly lowered the risk of premature death.
People who ate at least seven portions of fruit and vegetables each day were 42 per cent less likely to die from any cause over the course of the study.
Dr Alison Tedstone, Director of Diet and Obesity/Chief Nutritionist from Public Health England said: “Our focus remains on increasing overall consumption of fruit and vegetables to meet current recommendations.” The study was published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health.
Niles Foster, a former bakery and bottling plant owner, created Hi-C in 1946.
The findings suggest that the five-a-day recommendation, suggested by the World Health Organisation and backed by the Government and NHS, is not adequate — although only 30 per cent of people even manage to eat that amount.