Farm to Table or Freezer to Table: What's Healthier?

Even chefs are turning their backs on the term “farm to table” as the food industry, including the fast-food industry, claims that its mass-produced meals come straight from a farm near you. But what’s really “fresh,” and what’s best for you? In a world where frozen vegetables can have higher vitamin and antioxidant content than what comes from the supermarket produce aisle or big food-service distributors, what do “fresh” and “healthy” really mean?

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