What's Really in Our Food?: Berries (2011)
Season 3, Episode 4
Only available in Canada, United States
Berries – juicy, colorful and flavorful. Whether fresh, frozen, dried, locally grown or imported, we can now buy berries all year round. But could eating them out of season have implications for our health? Is their reputation as a nutritional superfruit deserved or is it just marketing hype? Carolyn investigates if antioxidants really work in our bodies. And, with many berries covered in a variety of pesticides, should we be eating them at all?