How to avoid falling into a fruit juice ice age

A new report from the World Health Organization (WHO) warns that frozen fruit juices are becoming increasingly popular as a way to keep up with the ever-growing demand for health food.

The report, released Wednesday, says that over the past two years, frozen fruit has become a “central source of nutritional and environmental impact” in the fruit juice industry.

The WHO has also issued an alert to all food and beverage companies warning them to avoid using frozen fruit or fruit juice products that are used to make ice cream or ice-cream drinks.

The organization says frozen fruit and fruit juice can contain toxins, and that “many are not safe for consumption.”

But frozen fruit also contains some of the highest levels of nutrients and vitamins of any food in the United States, according to the report.

“As fruit juice consumption continues to rise, so too has the amount of potential toxic substances in fruit juice,” Dr. Jeanette McBride, WHO’s associate director for food and nutrition, said in a statement.

McBride said the new findings suggest that frozen fruits are not only safe, but are actually beneficial for human health.

“We need to focus on the health and well-being of our communities and the planet, and our fruit juice has a big role to play in that,” she said.

“Fruit juice is a major source of calories and is a source of nutrients that our bodies need to grow.”

The report recommends that companies limit the use of frozen fruit products, and recommend that they not use frozen fruit for their ice cream and ice-fries.

It also recommends that consumers buy fresh fruit and vegetables when they’re at home.

The report said the food industry is moving in a new direction with frozen fruits.

Frozen fruits are now often marketed as “healthy” products, as opposed to the “healthy foods” that were previously used to sell frozen food.

The report cites research showing that frozen bananas are a health food and that people are eating frozen bananas more frequently than they did five years ago.

In addition, the report notes that in the last decade, the food and drinks industry has changed the way it labels frozen fruits and vegetables.

A number of products are now labeled “natural,” “healthy,” or “organic” and the labels don’t appear to include the term “frozen.”

The new labels are making it harder for consumers to know whether a product is actually safe to eat and is actually grown sustainably.

McBride also said that the WHO is now warning the public about the risks of eating frozen fruit.

“This is a time when people are waking up to the fact that food is not always safe, especially to children,” McBride said.

While there is no direct evidence linking fruit juice to an increased risk of obesity, the WHO recommends that people limit their consumption of frozen fruits to no more than two servings per week.

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