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Fresh or frozen? The produce debate continues

When it comes to produce, the fresh vs. frozen debate has been going on for years. However, a new study in the Journal of Food Composition and Analysis has revealed interesting results. It seems fresh fruits and vegetables may not worthy of the pedestal we have put them...

source: By Bambi Majumdar
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Hardly a day passes without some new edict being issued about the food we should be avoiding. Superfoods are worshiped one minute and shot down in flames the next, according to Daily Mail. We're told sugar is bad (sometimes) and fats are...

source: NZ Herald

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When it comes to produce, the fresh vs. frozen debate has been going on for years. However, a new study...

source: By Bambi Majumdar

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