BRADENTON, Fla. -- Shoppers perceive orange juice and broccoli as the most effective foods in reducing the risk of disease, according to a national survey by HealthFocus, based here. The survey of more than 2,000 grocery shoppers resulted in a tie between orange juice and broccoli as the most sought-after healthful foods. About 56% of those surveyed said they try to consume more of these foods based on the belief that they are the best foods to consume in their effort to reduce the risk of ...

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