Produce marketers are poised to take full advantage of the 13 fruit and vegetable servings a day recommended as part of the government's new dietary guidelines. This spring and summer, watch for a new crop of materials focusing on commodities as a pure source of certain, specific nutrients. Blueberries will push their tremendous antioxidant capacity; strawberries will look to tout their cancer-fighting properties; and Pink Lady apples will show off their new heart-check sticker bestowed by ...

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