The Frozen Food Foundation partnered with the University of California-Davis to evaluate the nutrient content of eight commonly-purchased frozen and fresh fruits and vegetables. Study results reveal that the nutritional value of frozen fruits and vegetables are generally equal to – and in some cases better than – their fresh counterparts.
Vegetables that not only taste fresh-picked, but keep more of their essential nutrients than fresh-stored produce. Restaurant-inspired meals at a fraction of the cost of eating out. They are all as close as the grocer’s freezer. Feeding your family requires smart choices, and there is no choice smarter than today’s frozen foods. The Frozen Food Foundation is pleased to provide the information contained in this site to help you make the most informed and delicious decisions for you and your family.