Chef's Quick Tip: What to look for when purchasing pre-cut vegetables

This week, Kira Pantschenko from Nouveau Nutrition Fertility Wellness shows Tina Redwine how buying pre-cut vegetables may be time saving.  
Pantschenko says people have limited time to get dinner on the table and that's why more and more people are leaning towards pre-washed and pre-cut foods.
Purchasing pre-cut vegetables is less time-consuming to prepare, making it more likely that you're going to include them in your home cooking.
Here are 5 things to keep in mind when you are buying pre-cut vegetables:
  1. Buy cold vegetables
  2. Buy raw vegetables
  3. Choose a variety of colored vegetables
  4. Eat within a few days
  5. Check the labels for an expiration date