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What are the six food groups of the food guide pyramid? A. cereal-bread, fruit, vegetable, milk, meat-poultry, fat-oils B. milk, meat, fruit and cereal, vegetable and bread, fat-oils C. milk and meat, fruit, vegetable, cereal and bread, fat-oils D. vegetable and cereal, fruit, bread, meat and milk, fat-oils
A. cereal-bread, fruit, vegetable, milk, meat-poultry, fat-oils. are the six food groups of the food guide pyramid
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