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This photograph depicts a woman shopping at a mobile produce market, making healthy food choices about an array of fresh fruits and vegetables. High in its vitamin C and fiber content, here, she was shown inspecting a squash as a possible purchase. After having made her choices, he had placed his selections into a yellow plastic basket, which she carried by its handles in her right hand.
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