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The Importance of Fruits and Vegetables
Fruits and vegetables are two very important food groups. Growing bodies require 3-5 servings of vegetables, and 2-4 servings of fruit per day. The fiber found in fruits and vegetables helps to balance your appetite, minimize the chance of overeating,
 

while also ensuring that food travels comfortably through the digestive system. Of course, these foods are also packed full of vitamins and minerals that provide the body with the strength to get young minds through the day!

New Items

Farmington Fresh is now offering celery and broccoli florets to our list of products. The broccoli and celery are both available in bulk 5 lbs bags. A great option for salad bars. Single serve 1.11 oz packs of Broccoli and 2.29oz packs of celery are also available. Contact your local distributor or a Farmington Fresh representative to find out how to get these items for your school’s menu

Celery
  • Helps protect from Cancer
  • Helps to Lower Cholesterol
  • Helps to Lower Inflammation
  • Helps Prevent or Treat High Blood Pressure
  • Helps Prevent Ulcers
  • Supports Liver Health
  • Boosts Digestion and Reduces Bloating
  • Contains Anti-microbial properties that fight infections
Broccoli
  • Aids Digestion and Reduces Bloating.
  • Helps protect from Cancer
  • Helps to Lower Cholesterol
  • Reduces inflammation and allergic reactions
  • Powerful antioxidants
  • Supports Bone Health
  • Supports Heart Health
  • Supports Skin Health
  • Supports Eye Health
Recipe: Dip and Dive

How about a refreshing menu idea for the warm season. Farmington Fresh is always up to the task! Pair our 2.0 oz bag of crisp apples with 2 tbsp. of your favorite nut/nut-free butter to meet 1 mma & 1/4 cup serving of fruit per USDA NSLP Guidelines.

Web Page Launch

Don’t forget to take a peek at our freshly remodeled website at www.farmfresh.com and take a look at the daily harvest blog for recipes and all that we have going on at Farmington!
You can also follow us on facebook at www.facebook.com/farmingtonfresh and Instagram @farmingtonfreshllc

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