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Anthocyanins

Cherry

The Cherry: Cherries are a rich source of anthocyanins, in quercetin, in vitamin C, low in fat and sodium and high in potassium.

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Raspberry

The raspberry is pretty well-known across the world. They are grown for local grocery stores and fresh food markets as well as for processing for frozen fruit, dried, pureed fruit and juice.

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Anthocyanins

We talk about anthocyanins a lot here on Antioxidant-Fruits, but you may be wondering exactly what they are. This is a good question and one that we don’t discuss much in our daily lives. Anthocyanins are merely a type of flavonoid.

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