"Produce pretenders" have extra fat, sugar, calories, RD says

03/27/2013 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Some fruit and vegetable products may seem healthy but really are "produce pretenders" loaded with added calories, sugar or fat, registered dietitian Joan Salge Blake writes, citing yogurt-covered raisins, veggie sticks, banana chips and fruit-juice beverages that contain added sugars.

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