Actionable solutions aren’t always readily available for pressing problems. However, when it comes to food waste, one solution can play a significant role: frozen food. Forty percent of food goes to waste every year in America. As with other waste
For too long we’ve overlooked the freezer aisle, treating it as a place of compromise rather than a place meant to make our lives easier. We say it’s either not as nutritious or more expensive than fresh food, and feel
What’s for dinner? Even as we food writers sometimes find ourselves struggling with the answer to that perpetual question. Sure, we might whip up a meal from scratch. But then there are nights when we just can’t muster the energy,
The pandemic forced us to alter many of our behaviors and taught us several lessons. We learned how to be a bit more resourceful and resilient, including in the kitchen. The combination of restaurant closures, financial concerns, and safety sent
Father’s Day is this weekend and you know, dad needs a little TLC in the form of a good menu with good food. If you’re looking for some inspiration, Registered Dietitian Amy Goodson is back with some great ideas for
Frozen food experienced significant growth throughout the pandemic, and demand for the category remains sticky. Data suggest that the popularity will linger in the long term, as consumer shopping patterns continue to favor the convenience that frozen foods provide.
Frozen foods proved to be a pandemic powerhouse in 2020, when concerned consumers stockpiled their freezers with longer shelf items during the height of lockdowns. While consumer concern is declining as the number of new COVID-19 cases decrease, frozen food
The Earth may be facing global warming, but we’re in a new ice age – at least when it comes to frozen foods. While the pandemic put a chill on many products, frozen foods have heated up, growing sales even