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National Frozen Food Month

It's March National Frozen Food Month - 31 days of frozen facts and tips!

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Today is Day 31 - the last day of #MarchFrozenFoodMonth! We love everything that frozen food has to offer, especially the easy portion control.

It's Day 30! We love how easy it is to cook/bake/steam/heat frozen foods. No cooking or baking skills needed ;)

Single-serving desserts, entrees, etc. allows everyone in the family to eat what they want! You can please every palate with one stop to the freezer aisle. #MarchFrozenFoodMonth

Don't forget this important tip when cooking your frozen veggies!

A little bit of history: the late Murray Lender, founder of Lender’s Bagels, was instrumental in creating the first March Frozen Food Month 30 years ago!!

What's your favorite snack found in the frozen food aisle?

First in, first out! We're over halfway through #MarchFrozenFoodMonth!

Guidelines for the Storage of Frozen Foods - Easy Home Meals

Frozen fish are often flash frozen while still on the boat!

Frozen fruits and veggies last 8-12 months- how COOL! Remember they're always in season and last much longer than it's fresh counterparts! #MarchFrozenFoodMonth

Mr. Birdseye developed flash freezing because he wanted to find a way to eat fresh veggies in the winter and to move produce around without the risk of damage.

It's day 12 of #MarchFrozenFoodMonth!! Did you know frozen fruit, veggies and fish are all flash frozen? It's the most natural form of preservation.

It's Day 11 of National Frozen Food Month. We love that frozen foods, especially fruits and veggies, are economically friendly!

Adding veggies makes it even more filling too!

These expert chefs use the highest quality ingredients to prepare frozen meals.

This includes options that cover snack time, breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, entertaining and specialty food occasions!

It's March 7th - time for another National Frozen Food Month tip! Don't forget to head home immediately after the supermarket and place all frozen foods in the freezer to ensure best quality!