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Fruits & Vegetables


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Business Listing   Affiliated Food Stores Inc - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 646-3839


Business Listing   Apple Market - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 783-2971


Business Listing   Asian Food Market - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 785-0558


Business Listing   Chappell's Petroleum Plus - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 452-7141


Business Listing   Circle M Food Stores - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 646-1010


Business Listing   Cv's Family Food IGA - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 648-8788


Business Listing   El Mercado Mexico Products - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 783-3088


Business Listing   Fennys' Convenient Store - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 782-6381


Business Listing   Flash Market 186 - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 782-5507


Business Listing   Flash Market 187 - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 646-3544


Business Listing   Flash Market No 178 - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 783-5506


Business Listing   Glidewell Distributing CO - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 782-2539


Business Listing   Harp's Food Stores - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 783-2584


Business Listing   J'S Nite Owl Grocery - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 646-2172


Business Listing   Jet-Away No 3 - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 648-3857


Business Listing   Laostar Market - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 783-1983


Business Listing   Las Palmas Mini Market - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 709-9259


Business Listing   Latino's Market - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 782-1403


Business Listing   Mi Barquita - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 785-1710


Business Listing   Mi Barquita Numero 2 - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 783-5139


Business Listing   Midland Market - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 785-3911


Business Listing   Park Mini-Mart - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 782-6226


Business Listing   Pic-N-Tote - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 452-5006


Business Listing   Pic-N-Tote Stores Inc - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 494-0205


Business Listing   Planters Lifesavers CO - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 648-0100


Business Listing   Price Cutter Food Warehouse - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 452-8502


Business Listing   Sally Ann Market & Liquors - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 783-3358


Business Listing   Savemart - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 649-5791


Business Listing   Sebastian County Nutrition A WIC Food Store - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 484-5630


Business Listing   Son's Convenience Store - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 782-6652


Business Listing   Southern Wholesale Inc - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 646-8898


Business Listing   Subway Sandwiches & Salads - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 478-9420


Business Listing   Tortillas Puebla - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 782-6778


Business Listing   Truong Son - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 785-4455


Business Listing   Twin City Produce CO - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 783-7363


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Helpful Definition for: Fruits & Vegetables

Fruits & vegetables, in Fort Smith, are the edible parts of plants that are rich in various nutrients & dietary fibers and pose amazing health benefits if consumed on a regular basis.

Several fruits & vegetables, for their very high antioxidant content, have anti-aging and anti-cancer properties. Fruits and vegetables also help reduce high blood pressure, blood cholesterol & body fat. Risk of breast cancer among postmenopausal women gets reduced due to an increased intake of fruits. Higher consumption of fruits, berries and vegetables reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease-related death. Fruits and vegetables are known to protect against chronic disease because of their rich content of many phytochemicals. Health authorities in Fort Smith recommend regular consumption of at least one citrus fruit and one cruciferous vegetable to stay healthy.

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