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freeze rapidly so as to preserve the natural juices and flavors

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Birdseye farmers use a flash-freezing technique that locks in flavor, texture and nutrition and ensures a long shelf-life without preservatives within hours of harvest.
New technologies, like flash-freezing, trap nutrients and phytochemicals immediately after harvest while fruits are at their peak.
However, it is my understanding that the nature of flash-freezing specimens requires the use of volatile agents that are extremely hazardous to handle and stock.
The cost is minimal and they hold food at about -34 [degrees] F--far better for quality retention than a home freezer's best of 0 [degrees] F Those low temps are also better for flash-freezing home-butchered and wrapped red meats that you harvest from the wild, raise and age yourself or buy in bulk.
Recent experiments, however, show that flash-freezing to liquid-nitrogen temperatures lessens dramatically the damage inflicted by X rays, opening the way for developing nanotomography.
3--SIMI, SAC and CONEJO) Marbella Manzano, 14, and Kevin Thrower, 11, react to the flash-freezing of a banana in a program at Thousand Oaks.
Not only were the ice cream beads delicious and fun to eat, Jones knew that flash-freezing the ice cream ingredients would lock in flavor and freshness.
A computer-controlled vending machine that makes ice cream on demand from room temperature ingredients, flash-freezing it in 10 seconds, was unveiled last year at Demo technology show in Phoenix, Arizona, USA.
After the company's reputation for unique corn products spread in the early 1900s, it expanded into canning in the 1930s, flash-freezing in 1981, and recently into a line of frozen organic vegetables including Sweet & Silver Corn, Summer Harvest Corn, Farmstand Green Beans, and Spring Garden Peas.
This is part of an ongoing brand-building campaign by Birds Eye, a leader in the frozen vegetable category since it was founded more than 70 years ago by Clarence Birdseye, the inventor of the flash-freezing process.