10 Foods You Should Avoid Putting in the Freezer

Freezing is one way that consumers can preserve foods and enjoy them at a later date. But not all foods are suitable to go in the freezer whether they’ll deep in quality or pose potential health risks for those who consume them post-freeze.

Kevin Murphy, food safety and sanitation expert and professor and chair of hospitality services at the University of Central Florida’s Rosen College of Hospitality Management, weighs in with his expert opinion on the topic. Check out the 10 foods you should avoid putting in the freezer!

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