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Request for New and/or Continuing Public Relations and Marketing Support Proposals for the California Strawberry Commission’s 2017-18 Fiscal Year.

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Group Touts Strawberries for Lowering Risk of Diabetes, Alzheimer’s

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The California Strawberry Commission is highlighting separate studies unveiled this year linking regular strawberry consumption with prevention of Alzheimer's disease and diabetes.

New Research Shows Strawberries Can Play Key Role in Maintenance and Prevention of Alzheimer’s Disease and Diabetes

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Eating Strawberries Regularly can be an Effective Way to Combat Diseases Affecting Millions, According to Studies

California Strawberries & Teen Celebrity Chef Announce #Kidscookoff Recipe Contest Winners

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“MasterChef Junior” Winner Gives 12-Year-Old from Maryland First Place and $500 Prize

12 Reasons to Love California Strawberries

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You often here the term “farm-to-table” but not many folks have actually visited a farm or understand the flow-of-food from the farm to their table. I firmly believe that if I am going to discuss and write about healthy food, then I should follow the farm-to-fork trail.

Strawberries are the Superfruit Missing from Your Daily Diet

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The California Strawberry Commission (CSC) today announced the results of a consumer survey exploring what, how and why Americans choose the fruit they eat for their day-to-day nutrition. According to the survey, most Americans have misconceptions about strawberries that may cause them to miss out on the benefits of strawberries in their daily diet. When asked for their preference between five common fruits (oranges, apples, bananas, grapes and strawberries), more than a third (36 percent) of respondents chose strawberries as their favorite. However, when asked which they consume the most, only 12 percent of respondents indicated strawberries as their most consumed fruit.

March Is National Nutrition Month: Time to Spring Into Health

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Many of you are probably feeling guilty for indulging during the Holidays but here is another opportunity to re evaluate those New Year's resolutions. National Nutrition month is the perfect time to re-focus our health needs and kick-start our health goals.

Know Your Strawberry History

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What is it about strawberries? The supermarkets place them front and center in the produce department. It’s a common fruit flavor selection in many prepared foods: strawberry ice cream, strawberry yogurt, strawberry milkshake, and even non-foods, like strawberry chewing gum, strawberry lip balm and strawberry air freshener.

Commission Update: California Strawberry Farmers Exhibit Commitment to Safety, Environment and Communities

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For more than 50 years, California’s family strawberry farmers have exhibited a commitment to safety, the environment and their communities. In fact, the state’s strawberry farmers have pioneered global breakthroughs in organic, environmental and pest management practices – all of which have contributed to improved safety and reduced impact to the environment.

New Twists on Healthy Snacks (Seen @ FNCE!)

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As a nutrition and health editor, I love to nerd out and learn about new food-related research breakthroughs and try new twists on favorite healthy foods. So I was more than excited to attend one of my favorite nutrition events of the year—the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo (FNCE)—in Atlanta this week.