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California Kiwi: “Did You Know?”
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Columbia Health, Go Ask Alice: “Avocados are fatty—Are they healthy?”
Forest Preserve District of Cook County (IL) Nature Bulletin: “Apples and other fruits of the rose family.”
Fulgoni, V. Nutrition Journal, December 2013
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Iowa State University Extension and Outreach: “Baby Cut Carrots: Healthy or Harmful?”
Jiang, J. National Public Radio, Dec. 26, 2013.
John Burroughs Science Department: "The Aggregate Fruits.”
Kopec, R. Dissertation, Graduate Program in Ohio State University Nutrition Program, 2012.
Mayo Clinic, Nutrition-wise: “Fruit or vegetable—Do you know the difference?”
New World Encyclopedia: “Berry.”
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Washington State Potatoes: “Nutrition.”
Sheboygan Area School District, Food Services: “Bell Peppers.”
Stanford Alumni Magazine: "Bananas Are Berries?”
UCSF Medical Center: “Calcium content of food.”
University of Maryland Medical Center: “Potassium.”
University of Illinois Extension: “Apples and More.”
World Carrot Museum: “Baby Carrots: The Origin and Evolution of Baby Carrots.”
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