IN THE NEWS: ‘BAD’ FROZEN FOOD HAS A PLAN TO GO GOOD

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Via CNBC.

Frozen food doesn’t have the best reputation. Tater tots, TV dinners and frozen spinach, which in decades past served as examples of the food science that made cooking quick and convenient, are no longer in sync with demands from Americans for healthier options. Soup and smoothie maker Daily Harvest, which has the backing of celebrities that include Gwyneth Paltrow and Serena Williams, thinks it’s onto a new kitchen science that can shake up preconceptions about frozen food.

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