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Description: Frozen vegetables have their benefits, but there are plenty of times when fresh is best. Check out this video to learn when you should choose fresh vegetables and fruit.
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Researchers at Arizona State University recently found that frozen orange juice contains more vitamin C and is more nutritious than the OJ you buy in the refrigerator aisle. They also found that ready-to-drink orange juice loses all of its vitamin c within four weeks of opening the package, which is not true of the frozen variety. But while frozen produce and juice are healthy choices, fresh produce certainly still has a place in your refrigerator! That’s especially true for locally grown options that don’t have the long journey to get to your table. In-season fruits and vegetables are a smart buy, too, since they’re sold at the peak of their nutritious cycle and are often offered a cheaper price. Whichever produce you pick, though, one thing is for sure: fruits and veggies do your body good, so aim to get the five to ten servings you need daily in any way you can!