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

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Published: June, 2014

Relying on a mix of fresh and frozen can help you get your five-to-nine daily servings of fruits and vegetables.

Fresh produce is best because it offers the greatest quantity and variety of nutrients. But how fresh is your produce?

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