The Wisconsin Farm to School Evaluation

About This Tool
The Wisconsin Farm to School Evaluation (beginning fall 2010) began using a student survey to
assess factors believed to predict or influence fruit and vegetable consumption:
 Attitudes toward eating fruits and vegetables: fruit/vegetable neophobia, or fear of
trying new fruits/vegetables (in various settings, with different/unknown names, if it
looks strange, etc.)
 Knowledge about nutrition and agricultural concepts
 Perception/Self-efficacy for making healthy eating choices
 Exposure to a series of specific fruit and vegetable items
 Liking of the specific fruits and vegetables students have tasted (as reported in
Exposure)
 Willingness to try the specific fruits and vegetables (i.e., if they hadn’t previously tried it,
or if they had tried it and not liked it).
 Fruit and Vegetable Screener – a brief series of questions about what fruit/vegetable
items (grouped) students remember eating in the past day, and how much of each.

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* 1. Date: 

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* 2. I am a: 

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* 3. Grade:

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* 4. What ethnic group do you belong to?

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* 5. How much do you like vegetables?

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* 6. When you try a new vegetables for the first time, how much do you

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* 7. How much do you like tasting new vegetables?

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* 8. Will you taste vegetables if you don't know what it is?

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* 9. Will you taste vegetables if it looks strange?

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* 10. Will you taste vegetables if you have never tasted it before?

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* 11. When you are at a friend's house, will you try new vegetables?

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* 12. When you are at school, will you try new vegetables?

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* 13. When you are at home, will you try new vegetables?

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* 14. How many times have you tried new vegetables since school started this year?

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