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Nutritional Breakdown of Organic Frozen Veggies

Organic Frozen Veggie Breakdown

Since Winter is in full force, getting fresh produce can not only be tough, but even if you can find it, it's usually pretty pricey. That combined with the bad economy makes frozen veggies a great option. You can use them in soups, pasta dishes, for pizza toppings, or in stir-fries. It is nice to always have some veggies on hand to make sure you're eating your five daily servings of fruits and vegetables. Here's the nutritional breakdown of Cascadian Farm Organic veggies that you can find in the freezer section.

Veggie Calories Total Fat (g) Sodium (mg) Carbs (g) Fiber (g) Sugars (g) Protein (g)
2/3 cup Asparagus Cuts 20 0 85 3 less than 1 2 2
2/3 cup Garden Peas 70 0 95 12 4 4 4
2/3 cup Sweet Peas 70 0 95 12 4 4 4
3/4 cup Sugar Snap Peas 35 0 140 6 2 3 2

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Serving Size = 8 ounces (about two servings per container) Calories Total Fat (g) Sodium (mg) Carbs (g) Fiber (g) Sugars (g) Protein (g)
2/3 cup Broccoli Cuts 25 0 20 4 2 2 2
2/3 cup Broccoli Florets 25 0 20 4 2 2 2
3/4 cup Green Beans 30 0 0 6 2 2 1
1 cup Whole Green Beans 25 0 95 5 2 2 1
3/4 cup Sweet Corn 90 1 0 19 2 4 3
3/4 cup Super Sweet Corn 70 1 90 16 2 7 2
3/4 cup Peas and Pearl Onions 60 0 160 11 3 5 4
2/3 cup Peas and Carrots 50 0 75 10 3 4 2
2/3 cup Mixed Vegetable (corn, peas, and carrots) 60 0 20 12 2 4 2
3/4 cup Gardener's Blend (corn, peas, green beans, and carrots) 60 0 35 12 2 4 2
2/3 cup California-Style Blend (broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, and zucchini) 25 0 25 5 2 2 1
1 cup Chinese-Style Stir-fry Blend (green beans, broccoli, carrots, red pepper, onions, and mushrooms) 25 0 15 5 2 2 1
3/4 cup Thai-Style Stir-fry Blend (green beans, broccoli, carrots, bean sprouts and onions) 25 0 15 5 2 2 1
1/3 cup Spinach 20 0 130 3 3 0 2
3/4 cup Country Style Potatoes (potatoes, onions, red pepper, and green pepper) 50 0 10 12 1 0 1
2/3 cup Edamame 120 5 10 9 3 2 10
2/3 cup Shelled Edamame 120 5 10 9 3 2 10
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CoconutPie CoconutPie 8 years
I always keep frozen peas and spinach in my freezer. They're so convenient.
AMP AMP 8 years
Mmmmm frozen veggies. Perfect to throw in the steamer for a quick dinner. The chinese blend sounds yummy. When fresh asparagus gets pricey I switch to the frozen.
bawp125 bawp125 8 years
i'm glad to know frozen veggies still carry so many health benefits... i'm moving out on my own and produce is expensive!!
sandy82 sandy82 8 years
I love frozen veggies. I keep practically every kind of frozen veggie Trader Joe's carries. It's so convenient, cheap and healthy!
ellenp1214 ellenp1214 8 years
frozen veggies are the ultimate convenience food if you ask me. i live alone so keeping a ton of produce on hand isn't practical so i always keep my freezer stocked with frozen vegetables. by the way- the brand doesn't matter so much. all plain frozen peas, corn, etc. will have very similar nutritional facts. fit, how about a breakdown of different whole grains? i'd love to see the different calorie/fiber/protein breakdown of cooked portions of oats, brown rice, barley, millet, quinoa, etc.
ilanac13 ilanac13 8 years
my mom has been trying to help me out this year since $$ is tight so she's been picking up frozen veggies for me, and i love that you're putting all the stats in one easy to reference chart!
lilxmissxmolly lilxmissxmolly 8 years
Seriously? Counting the calories of VEGETABLES? That's taking it a little far.
wackdoodle wackdoodle 8 years
Years ago I researched whether frozen or canned veggies were as good for you as "fresh". And yes my mom was right all along, it was at the point that the main source of the veggies in my diet started to come from frozen veggies. They are just as healthy as fresh and you can prevent spoilage and portion control without the threat of having rotting produce in your fridge.
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
I'm not a frozen veggie fan, they always end up soggy on me :(
cmd0610 cmd0610 8 years
Unfort Cascadian Farms is some of the more expensive frozen veggies (because it's organic i suppose). We usually buy the 365 brand frozen veggies from Whole Foods bc it's cheaper and you get more servings in the bag.
miss-malone miss-malone 8 years
Good breakdown... I don't buy this particular brand of organic frozen veggies, though.
Smacks83 Smacks83 8 years
Super sweet corn? I've never heard of such a thing.
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