Minn. school models process for freezing local veggies

04/14/2013 | Minnesota Public Radio

School nutrition professionals at one Minnesota school have become a model for preserving and freezing locally grown food. Since 2010, nutrition professionals have worked each summer to harvest vegetables from the school garden, which they later chop, pickle and freeze. The process allows the school to serve locally grown food over the winter, but some point out that the process is difficult and could benefit from a business partnership.

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