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Note: Gardening is a great recreational activity. Enjoy it, but take care of yourself and others - don't underestimate Mother Nature in any way!
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Health Claims - Quote from Wikipedia: "Although berry pigments have antioxidant properties in vitro, there is no physiological evidence established to date that berry polyphenols have actual antioxidant functions within the human body. Consequently, it is not permitted to claim that foods containing polyphenols have antioxidant health value on product labels in the United States and Europe."
Long story short - we have no products to sell where we could claim that such foods have antioxidant health value, but we DO enjoy our berries and we feel - GREAT! :)
Some people that are allergic to certain foods, should avoid them - if you or somebody in your family is allergic to berries, maybe you should avoid even growing them ... Sorry about that ...
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