Food processing minimal ultra-processed
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The term 'minimally' or 'unprocessed' foods are more likely to be wholefoods...

These foods may have been processed from their original form, but these are mostly physical processes to make the food safer, more palatable and to make the nutrients accessible.

Examples of minimally or unprocessed foods include:

  • Fresh and frozen vegetables
  • Whole or peeled roots and tubers
  • Fresh, frozen, or dried fruit
  • Whole or polished grains
  • Unsalted nuts and seeds
  • Legumes
  • Fresh and frozen meat
  • Fresh or pasteurised milk


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