What’s going on with the frozen pizza and bread trend?
According to The Wall Street Journal, there is an ongoing trend of pizza and other bread products that have been frozen and then thawed to preserve their freshness.
The bread has been made from a product called bread flour, which has been manufactured using a process known as “frozen thawing”.
The process uses a chemical reaction to break down the food starch in a bread flour mixture, resulting in a product that is thinner and less flaky than the original product.
The result is a product with a thinner crust.
However, the process also has the potential to degrade the bread, which could affect its shelf life and make it harder for consumers to eat.
The Wall Journal reports that the bread thaw has been around since the 1970s.
The process also allows frozen foods to remain frozen for a longer period of time.
However the process is a significant one, and the Journal reports the process has now been found to cause serious health problems.
A study conducted in 2012 found that frozen bread products had higher levels of salmonella, a bacteria that causes food poisoning.
It also found that those who ate frozen bread for up to six months had a higher rate of gastrointestinal problems including irritable bowel syndrome.
The WSJ reports that there are several brands of frozen bread that are currently on the market, but many are made from wheat flour that is high in protein, so their shelf life could be limited.