These are fresh berries we picked and ate by the Colombia River overlook in Oregon.
Jennifer Cohen's Forbes article "14 "Healthy" Foods That Are Actually Bad For You" has some brilliant advice about nutrition. She points out how food labels try to distract you with claims like "fat-free", "all natural", etc.
Here's a great example. Coke labels their bottle "low sodium" and it has 65 grams of sugar per serving. Shocking! That's an example of misleading labeling. Cohen suggests eating whole foods rather than processed foods. It's nothing we haven't heard before, but her article is full of additional information that shows you how so many foods that appear healthy really are not. I learned a lot reading it.