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Better ways to get your produce

June 01, 2010


Farmers' markets and growing your own trump the grocery store.

What's better than fruits and vegetables from the supermarket? Those you buy from a local farmer or grow yourself. Frequenting a farmers' market or growing your own produce can give you a new relationship with food, and perhaps with people; be good for your heart and muscles; and help you eat more fruits and vegetables.

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