Harvard Men's Health Watch

Fresh or frozen produce? The health benefit is all in the mix

Fresh, frozen, and canned fruits and vegetables differ in the variety and quantity of nutrients they contain. Fresh-picked local produce has the most nutritional value, but if it is unavailable or unaffordable, frozen produce is a viable alternative. Relying on a mix of fresh and frozen can help you get your five to nine fruits and vegetables a day.
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