Maximizing the Nutritional Value of Fruits and Vegetables

@inproceedings{Barrett2007MaximizingTN,
  title={Maximizing the Nutritional Value of Fruits and Vegetables},
  author={Diane M. Barrett},
  year={2007}
}
Interest in the nutritional value of fruits and vegetables has been increasing, in part because of recent findings on the high level of obesity and other diet-related health problems in children and in part because of increased federal support of programs funding consumption of fresh and processed fruit and vegetable products. The following discussion is based in part on a review by Rickman et al. (2007a, b) of recent literature on the nutritional value 

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