March 2006 Issue
Fresh Scarce? Dried and Canned Fruit May Fill in the Gaps
For overall health—for us and for the planet—it’s best to eat locally grown, seasonal fruits. But that’s not always practical or possible. Both dried and canned fruit provide much the same nutrition as fresh and can help you meet the recommended goal of nine servings a day of fruits and vegetables.
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