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Why Frozen Food?

  • After the harvest, fresh fruit and vegetables are processed to be frozen under hygienic conditions so that their nutrition values are protected as if they are fresh.
  • Since such products are processed and washed already, they are ready to consumption.
  • Frozen foods can be found and used for all year long so that consumers are not limited with seasonal time.
  • Due to high standards of hygiene during the process of frozen food, risk of pre-cooking contamination level is minimum.
  • As long as storage procedures are followed, shelf life of frozen foods is much more longer than non-frozen foods.
To sum up, frozen foods are, hygienic, nutritious and economic alternative for people.

Is “Frozen Food” healthy?

Fresh vegetables are delivered to our fridges in aprox. 7 days after their harvest. In 7 days of period, deterioration on the surface of the vegetables can be observed. However, in “frozen food” vegetables are processed to be frozen immediately after harvesting so that they stay more “fresh” than many other freshly bought vegetables from the market.

Frozen Foods contain maximum level of vitamins and minerals while fresh vegetables may lose some of their vitamins and minerals during transportation and storage.

Frozen Vegetables and Fruits are suitable for children nutrition.

Frozen foods do not contain preservatives. Besides, controlled agricultural practices and seasonal harvesting ensure no hormone usage. Thus, parents can use frozen foods to feed their children.

Do Frozen Foods contain preservatives?

There is no need to use preservatives in frozen foods.

Under normal conditions, microorganisms living inside the fruit /vegetable became depraved. However, microorganisms cannot live low temperatures such as -18 C. That is why, there is no need for additional preservatives to stop micro organic activity in frozen food.
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