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Fresh vs Frozen Foods49 Views
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Description: Fresh vs. frozen foods: it's a debate you fight with yourself each time your'e food shopping. Watch this video to find out when frozen vegetables and frozen fruits are a better choice and when they're not.
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If it’s fresh, it must be best, right? If you’re talking fruits and veggies, the answer may surprise you! When cruising the grocery store aisles, we often pick up our fruits and vegetables in the fresh produce section. After all, it makes sense to assume that food in its natural form is the healthiest option. But surprisingly, those of us who make regular trips to the frozen aisle may be getting more bang for our produce buck! According to research from the UK’s Sheffield Hallam University, frozen foods are not only equally as nutritious as their fresh counterparts they may be even more so. The reason is that fruits and veggies chosen for freezing are picked and processed at the height of freshness. The standard flash-freeze process locks produce in its most nutrient-rich state. On the other hand, fruits and vegetables destined for grocery stores are usually picked before they are fully ripe, which often times doesn’t allow them to develop the maximum amount of vitamins and minerals