Frosted? They're Fresh...

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Vol: 11, Issue: 9

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Alice Morrison
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One of the products recently placed on the market is food frosted by the quick-freezing process. Frosting of foods is the newest method of maintaining the freshness of fruits, vegetables and selected meats until they reach the consumer. The outstanding feature of the process is the fact that it will eliminate the seasonal factor in planning the daily menu. Regardless of season, one may now purchase fresh raspberries, strawberries, peas, corn, spinach and other seasonal delicacies at any time during the year.