“What Is Really In Your Food? TeakOrigin Guide Has The Answers”

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Read about the TeakOrigin Guide in Forbes!

Select an apple from a bin at the grocery store, and it probably looks fresh on the outside if there are no marks or bruises. Despite its appearance, the apple could be 10 months old and lacking nutrients. No amount of squeezing, sniffing or scratching at the peel will show you the nutritional value, such as how much vitamin C is inside.

TeakOrigin, a food data company based in Boston, is trying to make it easier to determine the nutritional value of your food before you buy it. The company has released its TeakOrigin Guide to help consumers make better produce choices. The guide shows the nutrients, quality and value of top-selling fruits and vegetables in retail stores located in Boston and Los Angeles.

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