Frozen Food Foundation


A vast majority of Americans fail to consume the recommended amount of fruits and vegetables that are recommended to meet dietary recommendations to maintain good health. While Americans struggle to add more fruits and vegetables to their diets, several scientific studies reveal one simple solution: frozen.

The Frozen Food Foundation has partnered with leading research institutions like UC Davis and the University of Georgia to shed light on the nutritional benefits of frozen food.

Nutrition Research Project

Eating more fruits and vegetables matters when it comes to maintaining a healthy weight and potentially reducing the risk of certain diseases. Fruits and vegetables

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Blueberry Research

New controlled application of chlorine dioxide in gas form is being studied as a means of reducing bacteria on fresh fruits and vegetables. The first

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Food Waste

The Frozen Food Foundation is elevating frozen’s role in reducing food waste through an original research project.   40 percent of all food produced in

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