Posted 30 September 2020 - 01:46 PM
You would first need have a test run to ensure your product could be frozen and return un-frozen state without degrading.
I bought some bread one day at a health food store and it had rice and water chestnut flour listed as ingredients, it did not say anything about being frozen and it came from the refrigerated section of the store - I froze it and when we decided to take some out, it thawed into a pile of mush.
After that the company that made it put a statement on the label indicating that the bread should not be frozen in order to maintain appearance.
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