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May 28, 2016

The Cherry: Cherries are a rich source of anthocyanins, in quercetin, in vitamin C, low in fat and sodium and high in potassium.

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What Are Anthocyanins? Why Do They Matter?

November 18, 2014

Anthocyanins are beneficial to both plants and people. The dark color they produce in plants acts as a natural sunblock, enabling its survival in climates with heavy sun exposure.

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October 19, 2014

The raspberry is pretty well-known across the world. They are grown for local grocery stores and fresh food markets as well as for processing for frozen fruit, dried, pureed fruit and juice.

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October 11, 2014

We talk about anthocyanins a lot here on Antioxidant-Fruits, but you may be wondering exactly what they are. This is a good question and one that we don’t discuss much in our daily lives. Anthocyanins are merely a type of flavonoid.

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Fruit Origins in North America

August 29, 2013

There are so many different types of fruit out there that it’s enough to make your head spin, all the while your stomach growls.

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The Delightful Maqui Berry

August 19, 2013

The maqui berry is native to the countries Argentina and Chile (specifically southern Chile).

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Dried Blueberry Powder

January 11, 2010

Columbia Phyto Technology and Kerry Ringer, a Washington State University assistant professor, recently published the results of their study in the Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry.

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