Dried Fruit: How the Numbers Stack Up to Fresh and Canned

Platzman, Andrea D.
January 2002
Environmental Nutrition;Jan2002, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p5
Compares the nutritional contents of fresh and dried fruits in the United States. Requirements for daily fiber intake; Development of allergic reactions with the dried fruits; Reduction of vitamin c contents.


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