Strawberry Sweetness & Walnut Antioxidants

By Science & Food | January 28, 2016 10:00 am
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Good news for strawberry & walnut lovers! Researchers at UC Davis and the University of Florida are studying the strawberry genome in order to breed a strawberry that has both shelf life and that fresh-off-the-vine sweetness. At the University of Scranton, Joe Vinson, Ph.D., analyzed nine different types of nuts for antioxidant levels, and walnuts came out as the winners.

The Genetic Quest to Make Strawberries Taste Great Again – WIRED

Walnuts are Top Nut for Heart-Healthy Antioxidants – American Chemical Society

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