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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