Quick Guide for Freezing Produce

Save your produce by freezing it!

Quick Guide for Freezing Produce

We're all guilty of it: over-buying produce at the grocery store. When you have more produce than you can eat and the threat of it going bad is soon, you tend to just throw it out. But instead, you should try freezing it so you can eat it later. Don't know how to freeze your produce? Don't worry! Follow the infographic below so you know exactly how to freeze your fruits and vegetables. Plus, you can even print out this guide and put in on your refrigerator so you remember to freeze when possible.


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