Fresh Fruits


Vitamin C, fiber and more! Oranges are a leading food source of folate, a B-vitamin that helps form red blood cells. Top chicken with orange salsa—combine diced orange segments, tomatoes, onions, jalapeños and cilantro.



Grapes are great because they contain a special group of antioxidants that may benefit heart health. Slip halved grapes into chicken salad or freeze individual grapes for a refreshing snack.



Along with vitamin C, you’ll find an antioxidant in plums that provides their deep, beautiful color—and may help maintain a healthy immune system, too. Enjoy plums on their own, stewed with apples in a compote or baked into a simple tart.

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A summer favorite bursting with vitamin C, which helps keep body cells healthy. Savor peaches grilled with a scoop of light vanilla ice cream, chopped into chutney to accompany chicken or pork, or baked in a cobbler.


This close cousin of peaches is blushing with vitamins A and C, which help keep body cells and the immune system healthy. Slice nectarines over cereal, add to muffins or bake halves and top with a dollop of whipped cream.


Great for vitamin C and antioxidants that may benefit heart health. Enjoy strawberries sliced on angel food cake, swirled into smoothies or lightly dipped in dark chocolate.


Contains the highest source of Vitamin C (3 times more than daily requirement). So it significantly increases immune system function. As Vitamin C is an antioxidant, it protects from oxidative stress. Guava contains high amount of other nutrients that promotes health.

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This picnic favorite is full of vitamins A and C, which help maintain a healthy immune system. For a refreshing change of taste, sprinkle slices with chili powder. Or, dice and make a salsa to top fish and chicken.

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