Through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Foreign Agriculture Service (FAS), CCPB receives Market Access Program (MAP) funding to promote California cling peaches in international markets. Export market development efforts are concentrated on Canada and Mexico.

Professionals like you are a critical link in the information chain to help consumers understand how to make healthy choices for feeding themselves and their families.

Americans Need Help Understanding Nutrition Equivalency

Mistaken assumptions about canned fruits and vegetables put the health of already at-risk families in even more danger. You can help consumers get the facts about the nutrition equivalency of canned fruits and vegetables like California Cling Peaches so they can feel good about providing healthy choices for their families affordably, year-round.

Inconsistent access to, and affordability issues with fresh fruit, plus a lack of knowledge about the nutritional equivalency of canned foods contribute to Americans not getting enough fruit in their diet.

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Core Benefit
Canned California Cling Peaches deliver the same or better nutrition than fresh.

California Cling Peaches in cans, jars, and single serve cups are just as nutritious as fresh peaches.

Linus Pauling Institute

“Nutritional Content of Fresh and Canned Peaches” Robert W Dursta. Linus Pauling Institute, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 97331, USA

Study Conclusion:

“The nutritional content of canned peaches has been shown in this study to be comparable to that of fresh peaches. There were no statistically significant decreases in those nutritional parameters measured in this study between fresh freestone peaches and canned cling peaches.”

Center for Economic Analysis

“Nutrition & Costs Comparisons of Select Canned, Frozen and Fresh Fruits and Vegetables” Steven Miller, PhD, Center for Economic Analysis and Bill Knudson, PhD, Michigan State University Product Center. May, 2012.

Study Conclusion:

“With canned foods, Americans can stretch their food budget, get virtually the same nutrition as fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables and alleviate accessibility, storage and food safety issues.”

Core Benefit
Canned California cling peaches have less sugar per serving.

California Cling Peaches (in extra light syrup or 100% juice) contain only 14g of sugar per serving. That’s much less than other fruit choices.

Core Benefit
Canned California Cling peaches deliver more nutrients for less money.

California Cling Peaches deliver the most affordable nutrition to families. In addition to providing equivalent or better nutrition than fresh or frozen, canned California Cling Peaches do so for far less money per serving.

Canned peaches can cost up to 3x less than fresh and 2x less than frozen

Value extends even further to our most vulnerable

Canned California Cling Peaches in 100% juice are approved by the USDA as part of WIC (Women Infants and Children) programs nationwide.


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