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Tired of throwing away fruit that didn't get eaten? Frozen fruit is a convenient and cost-effective alternative to fresh. If you shy away from making frozen fruit smoothies because you think frozen strawberries or frozen blueberries aren't as vitamin-rich as their fresh counterparts, don't!
Turns out that frozen fruit and vegetables are nutritionally on par with fresh, and may actually have higher levels of vitamin C than produce that's been sitting on your counter or in your fridge for several days.
Brands like Wymens, O Organics, and Randalls own Signature Select offer mixed frozen fruit medleys that make it easy to get creative with your morning smoothies. But frozen fruit isn't just a breakfast ingredient.
Making a pie with frozen fruit and a frozen pie crust is perfectly acceptable, undeniably delicious, and oh-so-convenient. Don't feel like baking? Pick up a frozen pie and preheat your oven. With top-quality brands like Marie Callenders and EDWARDS, Randalls can send you home with a frozen pie good enough to fool the most discerning pie lover.