USA: Study Proves `Can-Do' Appeal of the Ultimate Convenience Food
Whoever said that fresh is best may have to eat those words. A recent study conducted by the University of Massachusetts (UMass) found that recipes using canned ingredients are similar in nutritional values and taste appeal to those made with fresh or frozen items. This is the first phase of a three-part nutrition study that tested 13 "family-friendly" recipes that appeal to both parents and children.
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