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Frozen Fruits as Alternatives to Fresh Fruits

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Frozen Fruits as Alternatives to Fresh FruitsFrozen Fruits as Alternatives to Fresh Fruits

As more illnesses and diseases are getting worldwide attention, health is also back in the spotlight. People are now more health-conscious than ever. In effect, the prices for fresh fruits have risen as demand for it increases.

As long as supermarkets and stores are stocked with fresh fruits, there will be people willing to shell out just a bit more to stay healthy and avoid more expensive medical bills. Should your source of fresh fruits run out of stock, why not go for frozen fruit snacks?

It has been found out that frozen organic fruit snacks are able to retain the same nutrients you can get from eating fresh fruits. However, here are some tips on choosing them:

1. Choose frozen fruits that you can thaw out.

2. Choose frozen fruits without any added salt or sugar.

3. Choose frozen fruits in can that are packed with only its natural juice.

A healthy snack daily is now a must if you want to keep those diseases and illnesses away.

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My kids love to snack on frozen whole organic blueberries right out of the freezer. We buy it by the 10 pound case at the local co-op, and it is common to find them at a reasonable price here in Maine. I like them, too, but instead I typicallly use organic freeze dried fruit powders such as pomegranate, goji, acai and camu (Navitas) in smoothies, as opposed to frozen whole fruit. Freeze drying maintains the integrity of the berry, too.