Are frozen foods worse for the environment than non frozen foods?



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    Almost certainly, although the distance the food has to travel has much more to do with it. Barbara Kingsolver reports in Animal, Vegetable, Miracle, that drying, packaging and refrigeration consume vast amounts of energy. However, most of our food has traveled over 1500 miles to get to our tables. Fresh food that is bought locally is ideal to cut down on the oil used in shipping. It also benefits your local economy and helps keep it vital.

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