Within hours of picking, fresh fruits and vegetables are processed and quick frozen to prevent any deterioration of flavor, quality, texture or nutrition. And frozen, which remains virtually unchanged in storage, eliminates losses experienced from spoilage and shrinkage. Frozen at the peak of perfection, there is presently no better method of food preservation. Seasonal limitations are a part of the past.
Frozen foods are truly convenient. The cleaning, picking, dicing, chopping and squeezing has been done. Whatever you choose, it's all prepared, ready to take from your freezer, heat and serve.
Frozen foods are economical. You do not pay for stalks, pits, skins, rinds or damaged food. Edible ounce for edible ounce, frozen food costs are usually less than their fresh counterparts.
4. Food Safety
Frozen foods offer explicit cooking directions, leaving no room for error and under-cooked food. And because the preparation (dicing, chopping, etc.) has already been done, all you have to do is heat and serve-less chance for contamination in the preparation process.
Freezing foods seals in freshness. Foods designed for the freezer are selected at their peak of nutrition and flavor, quickly processed and frozen within hours, before there has been any deterioration in quality.