Does Food With No Preservatives Spoil Faster?

Does Food With No Preservatives Spoil Faster?

Did you know that humans have been preserving foods since ancient times? The earliest record of food preservation practices dates back to ancient Egypt where grains were dried and stored in sealed silos. 

Even further back in time dating to 6,000 BC, people around the world had developed techniques for drying and smoking foods. Today, however, we’re more familiar with chemical preservation, which is where specific ingredients are added to foods and packaging to ensure freshness. 

At Baked Smart Cookie, our cookies are made without artificial preservatives. We believe in delivering wholesomeness by combining fruits, vegetables, and healthy nutrition. Let’s take a closer look at what exactly current preservatives are and how they can impact your health. 

Preservatives and Your Health

On a deeper level, when food lacks preservatives--or preservation techniques aren't used--oxidation can occur, creating an enticing treat for many different types of microorganisms. At the same time, current chemical preservatives have raised a lot of concerns regarding consumption.

Many people wonder whether or not preservatives are good for their health. Even though through the years, preservatives have aided in keeping food fresh, there is research that shows that preservatives may have negative effects on our health. 

This is a growing concern for many, understandably. By being mindful of the quality of the food you and your family consume, you can minimize the effects of preservatives on your health.

 There are Solutions!

  1.     Grow a Garden  

With a garden, you can grow vegetables, herbs, and fruit right from your own backyard. You have control of the quantity and type of food you would like to grow. The best part is that it is also a fun project for you and your kids to work on together. By growing your own food, you can also teach your kids about the importance of plants, saving money, and more.

  1.     Cook From Home

Cooking from home is a good way to ensure that you use fewer preservatives and that your food will be fresh. This is another activity that you and your family can do together and it can create memories that you will always be able to cherish. So go ahead, find a recipe and see what you can create!

  1.     Buy USDA Organic

Nowadays with our busy lives, it is understandable if you don’t have the time to grow a garden or even cook from home. Another option for a healthier lifestyle is to prioritize buying USDA-certified organic products whenever you shop for groceries. This is a great way to guarantee that you’ll consume fewer preservatives. By law, USDA-certified organic products must follow certain production practices such as using fewer preservatives. By making this choice, you can still enjoy various types of foods while consuming less harmful chemicals. 

Organic and Nutritious Snacks in the Rio Grande Valley

Preservatives have given us many benefits and have allowed us to make significant progress with production practices. 

If you prioritize health, then a snack such as Baked Smart Chocolate Chip Cookies is the right choice for you and your family!

The delicious and healthy cookies from Baked Smart Cookie are proudly made with high-quality, natural ingredients such as salt, organic cane sugar, and organic coconut oil - all of which act as organic preservatives compared to the artificial chemical substances you’ll find in other snacks. 

These yummy cookies are sure to satisfy kids who avoid vegetables - plus they are non-GMO, vegan, and USDA-certified organic. Don’t hesitate to order your Baked Smart Cookies today!

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