Marjorie Freedman, MS, PhD, shares new research that points to better overall nutrition among American adults who eat canned fruits and vegetables.
New study reveals children who ate canned fruits and vegetables had higher total fruit and vegetable intake and a better overall diet.
Canned foods provide important nutrients our bodies need, often at a lower cost-per-nutrient than fresh, frozen or dried forms. (Journal of Nutrition and Food Sciences)
All forms – canned, fresh, frozen, dried and 100% juice – of fruits and vegetables provide needed nutrients that make up a healthy diet. (UC Davis)
Recipes made with canned ingredients deliver on health, taste and convenience.(University of Massachusetts)
Canned foods are comparable to cooked, fresh and frozen varieties in their nutrient contribution to the American diet. (University of Illinois)
Combine canned tomatoes, navy beans or chickpeas, carrots and mushrooms to create a hearty stew packed with great taste, lot of veggies, and plenty of vitamins and minerals. In only 10 minutes you’ll have a savory stew that’s flavorful, rich and good for you.