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"It is interesting to note that not only did grape consumers have increased intakes of healthy foods, critical vitamins and minerals, but grape consumers also ate less of the unhealthy foods, specifically solid fat and added sugars."
"It reinforces the association between grapes and a healthier diet, which is good news for consumers. Grapes, raisins and 100% grape juice are all foods that people enjoy eating, and this information adds another dimension to the grape and health story."
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