Fruits and vegetables are the healthiest foods that you can eat. They are high in nutrients that your body needs on a regular bases. As you may have seen at the super markets, there are two types of produce: frozen and fresh. Is there a difference between the two? Well, in today’s article we have the answer for you. According to the article, both types of produce are harvested by hand, but it is at the time in which they are picked that differs. Fresh produce is picked before it is ripened so that during transportation and while on the shelves, it will have time to ripen thus reaching its peak of nutritional content when the produce is consumed. Frozen produce is picked when the produce is already ripened making the produce at its peak of nutritional content when frozen. Both fresh and frozen are at peak nutritional content by the time consumers eat it, but the frozen produce does experience slightly less nutritional value during the freezing process. All though the frozen produce loses some of its nutrients, it is extremely small which makes barely any difference. For more information, read the article below.
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