Just the facts. From the experts.

Make the New Year’s Resolution of healthy eating both quick and easy by adding frozen fruits and vegetables to your diet. A recent study from The University of Georgia and the Frozen Food Foundation discovered that the nutrition quality of frozen fruits and vegetables is equal to fresh produce versions.

In fact, frozen fruits and vegetables actually have more Vitamins A, B and C than fresh. Frozen foods have a more powerful nutrition punch because they are picked at the height of ripeness and immediately frozen, locking in the nutritional benefits. This study evaluated blueberries, strawberries, corn, broccoli, green beans, peas and spinach.

Learn more about the benefits of frozen vs. fresh, and learn why fresh isn't always best.


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