Everyone knows that fruits and vegetables are good for you. And most nutritionists would argue that eating plenty of produce is a cornerstone of a healthy diet. The bad news is, many consumers still aren't eating enough fresh produce, and the prevalence of diabetes, obesity and other diet-related, chronic conditions continues to be an issue among American adults and children. The good news is, many “better for you foods” have proven resilient during the recession, and some retailers are ...

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