Frozen food gets a bad reputation. There’s a huge emphasis on fresh; fresh food, never frozen, seems to be the standard for healthy food, from Subway to Fresh Slice. Cooking frozen food for your family sometimes seems like a faux pas, carrying a negative connotation and suggesting that health comes second when it comes to feeding your family.
But is this really the case? When it comes to produce, are frozen vegetables as healthy as fresh vegetables? We’re hoping to dispel some of the misconceptions surrounding frozen food. We believe that when it comes to health, convenience and affordability doesn’t necessarily mean unhealthy. We believe that you don’t have to choose between the two. We believe that you can eat healthy food and maintain a balanced schedule.
Here’s what we found when trying to answer the question, “are frozen vegetables healthy?”