A City Guide To Fuyang for Horne et al. . This programme draws on established learning theory techniques of increased taste exposure to fruit and vegetables, modelling of healthy behaviour through cartoon youth characters, and reinforcement by means of child-friendly rewards e.g. stickers, crayons for eating the fruit and vegetables provided at snack and meal times Lowe et al Long-term effectiveness of a peer-modelling and rewards-based intervention on the fruit and vegetable consumption of inner-city children was found, with particular gains among those children who ate less fruit and vegetables at the study outset Horne et al However, an exposure-only study, a randomised controlled trial of having fruit tuck shops’ in primary schools, did not find an increase in fruit consumption Moore et al. Moore , suggesting that availability alone is insufficient to motivate change. Given the challenge of increasing fruit and vegetable intake, issues below raises the question of whether supplementing a person’s diet with antioxidant vitamins vitamins A, C and E; beta-carotene; folic acid has benefits in terms of reducing disease risk. A City Guide To Fuyang 2016.