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  • Jennifer McGuire

    How to store fruits

  • Melanie Smith

    Buying and storing fresh fruit

  • Gregg McBride

    Are you familiar with the #best #ways to store #summer #fruits and #vegetables for maximum #freshness? http://blog.foodnetwork.com/healthyeats/2014/06/26/the-smartest-ways-to-buy-and-store-summer-produce/?nl=FNHN_061015_quad3&bid=4540339&c32=354aeb3b2f20add6f8c28288474554e20c9d70c4

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