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Stock Up On Canned Foods

The grocery store can be a tricky place.

Between the trendy buzzwords on packaging, the tempting low prices on processed food and the limited amount of time you’d like to spend reading nutrition labels, even the most knowledgable shoppers can end up making mistakes in his or her cart.

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Easy Peach Cobbler – Food Network

Thanks Trisha for using Del Monte’s California Peaches for this delicious cobbler recipe!

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The Best Smoothies and Drinks for Weight Loss and More

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Get Energized…with Peach Tea Pick-Me-Up

1 cup black tea (brewed and cooled to room temperature) + 5.3-oz tub nonfat vanilla Greek yogurt + 1 cup blueberries (fresh or frozen) + ½ cup peaches (frozen or canned in 100% juice and drained) + 5 to 10 ice cubes (less if using frozen fruit, more if using fresh produce)

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National Canned Foods Month – Harmons Grocery

Only 33% of Americans are meeting the recommendation for fruit intake! In the middle of winter, when those fresh juicy summer peaches, pears, and tomatoes are a distant memory, the canned fruit aisle can help you meet your fruit needs.

  • Canned and frozen fruit and vegetables are a nutritious, affordable option, especially when fresh local produce is limited.
  • The nutrient content of canned and frozen fruit has been shown to be comparable to fresh. Both are a great source of vitamins, minerals, and fiber.
  • Choose canned fruit in water or 100% juice. Avoid fruit in syrup. Look for the green Dietitians Choice tags to help you find the best options.
  • Check out the California Cling Peach board website for a collection of delicious recipes. This Roasted Salmon with Savory Peach Basil Sauce will bring back those summer memories.

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