Modern Vegetable As Good As Yesteryear's

FW staff
March 2003
Farmers Weekly;3/14/2003, Vol. 138 Issue 10, p65
Trade Publication
Discusses health benefits from the use of vegetables available in the modern era. Comments of ADAS senior phytochemist Hazel MacTavish on benefits from carrots; Awareness of consumers regarding advantages of antioxidants in the diet; Techniques that can be used to manipulate flavor and nutritional benefits.


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