Why Frozen?

Think fresh is always best when it comes to vegetables?

Think again.

  • frozen super greens

    25%

    MORE VITAMIN E

    Frozen spinach has 25% more vitamin E than fresh spinach*

  • frozen cauiflower

    50%

    MORE ANTIOXIDANTS

    Frozen cauliflower has 50% more antioxidants than fresh cauliflower*

  • frozen green beans

    300%

    MORE VITAMIN C

    Frozen green beans have three times as more vitamin C as fresh green beans*

  • frozen carrots

    300%

    MORE LUTEIN

    Frozen carrots have three times the lutein, which helps to protect against Macular degeneration, than fresh carrots*

  • frozen broccoli

    400%

    MORE BETA-CAROTENE

    Frozen broccoli has four
    times more beta-carotene
    than fresh broccoli*

FROZEN IS FRESHER THAN FRESH

You may be surprised to know just how long it
takes “fresh” vegetables to make it to your plate.

Days from field to plate:

  • 11 to 15 days calendar

    green beans

    11-15 days

  • 3 to 14 days calendar

    leafy greens

    3-14 days

  • 9 to 10 day calendar

    carrots

    9-10 days

  • 6 to 16 days calendar

    broccoli & cauliflower

    6-16 days

  • 8 to 10 day calendar

    garden peas

    8-10 days

  • full calendar

    Sweet potatoes

    Up to 11 months

frozen vs. fresh
  • Picked at Peak Ripeness

    Vegetables destined to be frozen in one of our super tasty medleys are allowed to ripen on the vine and picked at their nutritional peak.
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    Picked Before It's Best

    Vegetables that have to be packed and travel "fresh" to grocery stores are often picked before they've had a chance to ripen.
  • Frozen on the Farm

    Freshness and nutrients are locked in when vegetables are flash frozen within 24 hours of harvesting.
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    Loses Freshness in Transit

    Research shows vegetables start losing vitamins and minerals three days after they’re harvested, and it’s typically weeks before they’re on your plate.
  • A Planet-Friendly Choice

    Frozen veggies are a sustainable choice: they stay healthy and delicious in your freezer until you’re ready to use them.
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    A Race Against Time

    40% of fresh vegetables are thrown away before they can be eaten. Once fresh, now wilted vegetables are a big contributor to waste in America.

Make Dinner Easy

…or lunch…or breakfast…

Having frozen vegetables on hand means you can make easy meals without much work — especially when your frozen veggies are Tommy’s Superfoods’ seasoned vegetable medleys. With Tommy’s there’s no peeling, slicing or spicing necessary. Just heat and eat!

  • bag of Tommy's Cauliflower and Green Beans
  • bag of Tommy's Fiesta Quinoa
  • bag of Tommy's Vegetable Medley
  • bag of Tommy's Super Greens
  • bag of Tommy's root fusion
  • bag of Tommy's Brussels Sprouts