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Where to find frozen vegetables in stock

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Spinach, carrots, broccoli florets — frozen vegetables keep their crisp and can be kept much longer than fresh. These sites ship to you, making it easy to eat your veggies.

Amazon: Shop high-quality frozen produce.
Whole Foods makes it possible for Amazon Prime members to get organic and conventional veggies delivered. You'll find single vegetables as well as mixed varieties and medleys from the 365 brand.
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Target: Market Pantry picks and more.
Target sells its Market Pantry branded vegetables as well as other major brands. You can also shop frozen products like zucchini spirals to use in place of pasta.
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Walmart: From peas to mini corn-on-the-cob.
Walmart stocks its own Great Value brand of frozen vegetables, as well as popular mainstays like Birds Eye and Green Giant. Shop low prices from this retail giant.
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Kroger
Kroger: Shop all the staples.
The grocery chain carries many vegetable varieties, including some organic picks. Availability varies, so check Kroger's website to make sure delivery is available in your area.
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What if these retailers are sold out in my area?

If you think outside the box, you can find frozen vegetables in different forms like green smoothie mixes, which are available on Amazon. Or try your local grocery delivery service.

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