Croatia uses a food pyramid divided into four levels. Cereals, tubers and legumes are placed at the bottom of the pyramid; vegetables and fruits take the second level; animal source foods can be found on the third level. At the top there are fats and oils, and highly processed foods rich in sugar and fat whose consumption should be minimized.
Publishing institution: Ministry of Health
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2002 (for adults), 2008 (for children 7–10 years), 2012 (for adolescents 11–15 years)
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